July 26, 2022

Experts assess the population of four invasive species during field work

Maris Sepp

Despite the showers and thunderstorms last week, nature conservation experts from the Environmental Board went to see the invasive species mapped this spring to assess their growth and population. We can now say that these sites have been fully overtaken by invasive species. For example, the tallest measured Japanese knotweed reached a height of four metres. In addition, native species often fail to grow under these expansive colonies.

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June 1, 2022

The birthday of LIFE Programme was spent in water

Kaidi Tingas

On 28th of May, the LIFE programme - EU’s funding instrument for the environment and climate action - celebrated its 30th birthday. To celebrate this day, ten projects funded by the programme opened their doors in Estonia to show how we have contributed to nature and well-being.