In Estonia



The Estonian University of Life Sciences (EMU) has established a Farmer Cluster in Estonia, encouraging farmers to take responsibility and adopt management strategies to support native biodiversity. We’re involving local stakeholders who are participating in the biodiversity monitoring and data collection, and organising citizen and farmer-based biodiversity data gathering in Estonia. We’re also conducting a Pilot Study to evaluate the effect of Biodiversity Sensitive Farming to Ecosystem Services, with special interest in species providing pest control. In conjunction with NGOs such as Estonian Fund for Nature (ELF), we’re organising citizen science observations and data collection.