Restoring ecosystems in the archipelago Stromma supports the “Richer Archipelago Landscape” project. Together with Upplandsstiftelsen and Skärgårdsstiftelsen, WWF works to restore wetlands and meadows in the coastline and on islands in the archipelago of Stockholm and Uppsala counties, such as meadows at Lidö and Grinda and the wetlandat Häringe.
Restored wetland helps reproduction of pike and tenant farmers can get a more sustainable economy by letting their livestock graze in the meadows instead of former croplands, and it also leads to increased biodiversity in the landscape.
The purpose is long-term sustainable coastal and archipelago management and the project has implemented concrete measures such as restoration of arable land and natural pasture land that will benefit biodiversity and at the same time reduce the nutrient leakage into the Baltic Sea. Go there with our ships and watch the results!