A pine mire is a type of wet peatland covered by short growing by pine trees. Such peatlands used to be drained with drainage ditches to speed up the growth of trees. Draining would, however, often not result in the desired outcome as pines did not grow that well and the mire turned into a source of carbon emissions and nutrient discharges. The water balance of the pine mire will be restored by filling up the drainage ditches. This will help with diversifying nature and revert the mire back into a carbon sink.