Protecting the biodiversity of Estonia’s agricultural landscapes
Case study | 6 December 2023
This case study demonstrates some of the many ways EU funds can and should be used to support nature restoration and conservation projects. These are instrumental to addressing the biodiversity crisis across sectors.
The case focuses on the biodiversity of agricultural landscapes. Launched in 2020, the LIFE-IP ForEst&FarmLand project is dedicated to the comprehensive management of Estonia’s forest and farming landscapes. It aims to improve the conservation status of Estonia’s Natura 2000 habitats and species and to protect and restore its ecosystems and landscapes.
You can see more case studies on the Supporting biodiversity page.