RMK Nature Conservation Conference

The LIFE Baltic Sturgeon project has kicked off actively. The activities performed in Estonia as part of the project for the restoration of the sturgeon population have been presented in international work groups and expert workshops. At the RMK Nature Conservation Conference that took place from 3-4 November, Meelis Tambets provided an overview of works that have been done and are planned for the restoration of sturgeon populations in Estonia.
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The Project “ Bringing back the extinct sturgeon into the North-Eastern Baltic Sea” (LIFE21-NAT-EE-LIFE Baltic Sturgeon) is implemented with the financial support of the LIFE Programme of the European Union and Project implementers.