• SCA tests alternative harvesting method

    From above, the site in Tjäderberget Conservation Park looks like a large chess board with forested patches alternated with small harvested areas. SCA has tested a variation of group selection harvesting here with the aim of retaining the feeling of a forest after harvesting and avoiding large treeless areas.

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  • SCA restores large wetland area

    SCA has performed restoration measures at Stentjärnsmyren marsh in Medelpad to restore it to flooded wetland. The initiative is in collaboration with BirdLife Medelpad, which is conducting an inventory of birdlife in the area. Moreover, SCA’s stall pellet customers are also lending their support.

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  • SCA-Student Favorite of the Year at Sundsvall Business Awards

    We are proud of Daniel Solberg and SCA who won "Student Favorite of the Year" at the Sundsvall Business Awards gala.

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  • Continued focus on protecting ancient and cultural remains

    A new action plan is now in place for the cultural heritage sustainability target, which concerns SCA’s work to protect ancient remains and cultural relicts in the forest. The follow-up for 2020 indicates that we are moving in the right direction, but that more still needs to be done.

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  • SCA and prescribed fires – forest management that benefits many species – watch film

    In SCAs new film “Prescribed fires – forest management that benefits many species” you will get to know more about SCA’s work with prescribed fires in our forests and how many species of plants and animals depend on and benefit from fire.

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