A picture report following up on our earlier story on the restoration of the Swedish Lake Sagsjön . A lot has been done at the lake, but not all planned work has been completed yet.
As one can expect when working with nature, many problems have arisen but most of them have been solved. But one thing that is not so easy to solve is the unusually high water level that has not allowed us to remove all the shrubs and trees as planned.
Work will continue when the lake freezes in the winter.
Work on the lake was implemented in the frame of a partnership project involving:
- Gothenburg Ornithological Society (member of SOF\BirdLife Sweden)
- Jehander (part of HeidelbergCement Group)
- Mölndal Municipality
- The Swedish Forest Service
- Coordination by Morgan Johansson, Onsala Biokonsult