There are almost 40 square kilometres of state-owned land (peatlands, forests and small lakes) close to Hyytiälä, which the station utilises for research purposes under a collaboration agreement concluded with Metsähallitus, the state-owned environmental service provider. Significant nature reserves are also located nearby.
The long-term network of test plots for teaching and research and other resources provide background information, among other things, on tree growth, management measures, forest types, tree species and experimental measures.
Would you like to do expert work related to forests and resources, making a difference in the future of Finland's most important natural resource?
The Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry is a place of study suited to anyone interested in the responsible use of renewable natural resources in Finland and globally. Explore bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral programmes at the Faculty.