HS Environment “Now everything is collapsing” – When Josper Tigerstedt saw the dreaded patterns in the trees, he knew right away that destruction was at the door

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Josper Tigerstedt presents the damage caused by a printer in the spruce forest in Elimäki, Mustila.

Josper Tigerstedt, who owns a large forest on Elimäki, no longer believes that climate change could benefit him. One beetle changed his mind.


Petja Pelli HS

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Forest owner Josper Tigerstedt at the ditch along the branches of the project, the journey towards the edge of the pest opening does not stop. We are in Elimäki, Kouvola, on the lands of the former noble family of Wrede. Agriculture and forestry have been practiced here since the 17th century.

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