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Mrs Irja Askola, the Bishop of Helsinki, visited the Vatican on 18 January 2016 and gave Pope Francis a thousand square metres of the primeval Tomteskog forest in Porvoo as a gift.
The total area protected by the swamp campaign shared by the Ostrobothnia conservation district and the Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation has grown with 15 hectares, thanks to the parcel of Syrjäjoki swamp land acquired by the foundation.
The Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation acquired a 16-hectare forest called Tapiolanvainio in Kokemäki at the end of March. The majority of the deal was financed by the Satakunta district of the Finnish Association for Nature Conservation with the help of a will left by Arvi and Eija Laaksonen.
The Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation obtained its third conservation area in the Satakunta region with the purchase of the 3,2-hectare Arkinmäki forest in Rauma.
The swamp campaign shared by the Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation and the Ostrobothnia conservation district has once again led to results.
The forest area acquired in May in the village of Nalkki in Puolanka has been expanded by the Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation.
Over 50 hectares of a forest located in the village of Nalkki in Puolanka became the new property of the Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation at the end of May.
Metsänpeitto, the forest dedicated to Mr Pentti Linkola, has expanded as a result of a purchase on 4,5 additional hectares from the northwestern side of the area, a deal closed by the Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation in March.
Kaikkallio, a forest of over 17 hectares, became our property just before Christmas in 2013. It is located in the southern part of Imatra, a few kilometres from the state border.