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Main features of Finnish forestry

by Oliva Johannes Lakari

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Published by [Valioneuvoston kirjapaino] in Helsinki .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forests and forestry -- Finland

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby O.J. Lakari and W.R. Toijala.
    ContributionsToijala, Wilho Reitrikki, 1888-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSD217.F5 L3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination35 p.
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14204131M
    LC Control Number37038479

    FINNISH FOREST INDUSTRIES FEDERATION Snellmaninkatu 13 FI HELSINKI tel. + [email protected] The page illustrated culture book Ja pokasaha soi – Metsäväen lauluperinnettä, which contained old forest songs with their music and background, was published in In , two CDs of songs included in the book were released. In cooperation with Lusto, the .

    Basics of Finnish Forestry 6M00CZ 4 cr +- Learning outcomes of the course unit The student knows the main features of Finnish forests and forestry (not translated). Statistical Yearbook of Forestry. Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Ministry of the Environment, Ministry of Finance (). The Finnish Bioeconomy Strategy. AUTHORS Markus Lier, Kari T. Korhonen, Tarja Tuomainen, Jari Viitanen & Antti Mutanen (Luke) PRINCIPAL MESSAGES • The Finnish Government approved in the National Forest.

    The Finnish wood-processing industry began with sawmilling, but the main emphasis nowadays is on pulp and paper. The forest products industry as a whole is second only to metal products as an export sector. It uses an enormous volume of wood, but nevertheless the amount felled in the country's forests each year is no more than it was in the s. This had a strong influence on 'Finnish literature' with many of the greatest works revolving around achieving or maintaining a strong Finnish identity. The most famous collection of folk poetry is by far the Kalevala. Referred to as the Finnish national epic it is mainly credited to Elias Lönnrot although he worked more as an editor and compiler.


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