TALLINN - During national forest week, at noon last Wednesday, Latvian Agriculture Minister Laimdota Straujuma and Estonian Environment Minister Keit Pentus were set to open the first joint forest planting day of the Baltic States in the Pihali village in Kohila parish, central Estonia, reports Public Broadcasting. Around 5,000 birch trees will be planted there on a bit more than two hectares of land.Representatives of Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian state and municipalities, NGOs and forestry sphere companies and schoolchildren from Kohila, altogether 150 people, will be planting the...
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