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Saving the sea from Nutrient Overload by managing Wetlands/grasslands BALtically

Intensified agricultural production is a major cause of eutrophication of the Baltic Sea, also leading to a decline of biodiversity in the agricultural landscape. Economically effective and environmentally friendly farming methods are needed to reverse this trend. This is especially important in the Baltic countries where agricultural intensification has been increasing rapidly over the past decade and will keep on doing so during coming years.


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About the Project

The main goal of SNOWBAL is to increas awareness of sustainable agricultural methods that reduce nutrient runoff to the Baltic Sea. The main aim is to show that farming, ecological functions, nature conservation and business can go hand in hand.