Category: Completed Projects

Organic waste for the soil, not the sea

Organic waste for the soil, not the sea

Organic waste for the soil, not for the sea In the Eastern part of the Gulf of Finland basin, farms and households produce biogenic pollutions to rivers, springs and the Baltic Sea. Common sources are small scale agriculture run-off, gardening communities and...
Woodland Key Habitats II

Woodland Key Habitats II

Woodland Key Habitats – continuation After the successful conclusion of the original Woodland Key Habitats project funded by BaltCF, more than 8,000 ha of new WKH were mapped and submitted for government protection in Estonia. This project continues this work:...
Salmon Diary

Salmon Diary

Salmon Diary The low level of the culture of anglers and the lack of the information disseminated to the public and young people significantly have contributed to the problem. The rapidly growing population of beavers and the number of dams is also complicating or...
DESIRE-PL

DESIRE-PL

DESIRE-PL Healthy peatlands serve as kidneys in the landscape – they can filter nutrients coming from agriculture areas to the rivers,  thus improving the quality of water we use. Many peatlands are nowadays degraded, what hampers their filtering functions. The...
DESIRE-LT

DESIRE-LT

DESIRE-LT Neman basin is the 4th biggest catchment in the Baltic, with high concentrations of nutrients, occurring in different parts of the basin. The pollutants are transported to the Baltic Sea and causing eutrophication. The DESIRE project focuses on numerous...