Planting seedlings

So many seedlings!

150 days of planting means a total of 48 million

Planting season is a busy time of year in Stora Enso’s forests. More than 48 million seedlings will be planted in Sweden, Finland, Russia and Estonia during 2021. Planting season is about 150 days and about 320 000 new trees are planted each day, hence the total of 48 million.

Beneficial for all

Forests can grow as much as 20% faster when cultivated plants and seedlings are used instead of regular ones. This means added value for everyone – forest owners, Stora Enso, and for the climate. Because healthy and growing forests reduce negative climate impacts, and with sustainable forest management, including planting, forests can play an even more important role in mitigating climate change.

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Wishing you all a memorable holiday season

All of us at Multicopy would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you for reading our articles throughout the year. We hope they have brought you joy, knowledge and a sense of being together through these challenging times. We can’t wait to share more stories with you in 2022! We want to share this season greeting with you and wish you a magical holiday season. Enjoy and we hope to see you next year!

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