Aalto neighbourhood home to waterbird oasis and forest habitat for flying squirrels
The Otaniemi campus is right next to a nature conservation area. We accompanied an expert on an outing to learn what makes it unique – and what can be done about biodiversity loss.
Join us to a tour through the Laajalahti nature conservation area, adjacent to the Aalto University campus, with Roland Vösa, special planner at Metsähallitus Parks & Wildlife Finland.
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