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Trail running is a new and trendy form of exercise with strong roots in the forest. You can do it in any season, provided you use the right equipment.

UPM -
21 June 2018
Sääksi

One of the starting points for forestry operations is safeguarding the habitats of forest species. The easiest way to achieve this is to increase awareness of the habitat requirements and presence of the species.

UPM -
22 May 2018

In addition to legislation, the use of forests in Finland is regulated by various voluntary systems. Forest certification is the most significant one. Approximately 85% of Finland’s forests are FSC® or PEFC™ certified. This proportion represents one

UPM -
29 January 2018

Tree nurseries look after seeds and seedlings like their own babies. Thriving genomes form the foundation of healthy forests.

UPM -
19 January 2018

Forest certification is an important part of UPM’s corporate responsibility. All UPM forests and plantation operations are certified according to the FSC® and/or PEFC™ certification schemes.

UPM -
8 January 2018

Companies do not operate in a realm separated from society and the rest of the world. Businesses are constantly interacting with customers, authorities and other parties operating in the field.

UPM -
13 October 2017

UPM has published a global partnership agreement with FSC. Entering into a partnership agreement is a logical step for UPM as it strives to develop and promote the standardisation of the industry as well as best and responsible forestry practice.

UPM -
17 May 2017
Retention trees landscape

At UPM, we monitor the quality of forestry operations in various ways. Every year, we check the quality of the work at thousands of individual harvesting and forestry work sites.

UPM -
16 February 2017

The Declaration of Christmas Peace is a Finnish tradition that is often also extended to game. In many regions, hunters gather by the campfire shortly before Christmas to bring festive greetings to the game.

UPM -
21 December 2016
A smart way to use land

National environmental legislation in Finland was reformed 20 years ago. During this reform, the Forest Act was amended with the new objective of safeguarding biodiversity.

UPM -
8 December 2016