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Richer Archipelago Landscape

Richer Archipelago Landscape is a development project and a partnership between the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), the Uppland Foundation and the Archipelago Foundation.

The purpose of the project is to preserve the archipelago’s ecosystem and its services for the future. Through the long-term, sustainable management of the archipelago we want to counteract negative developments in terms of the decline of flora and fauna as well as the decreased water quality in the project area.

The objective of the project is for the partnership to lead to actual improvements in the area and to provide examples of management measures that benefit the natural environment. This will be done through means such as restoring wetlands and the watercourses that feed them, restoration of meadows and pasture and forest grazing, as well as specific measures for disadvantaged and endangered species in the project area.


The Richer Archipelago Landscape project is taking place between 2014 and 2018.


Sara Lindh
Mobile: +46 (0)70-587 36 14
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The Uppland Foundation
The Archipelago Foundation