We have a new self-guided online course out! It’s called “Your neighborhood nature in Finland”. In it, we take you through the changes nature goes through during our four seasons. We’ve also included a recipe book with this course to that you can better enjoy the bounty Finnish nature offers.
When foreigners in Finland are asked what they appreciate most in Finland, Finnish nature is often at or near the top of the list. In this blog post, we’ll introduce a few easy ways for you to get more familiar with it.
It’s berry season in Finland! Go and exercise your everyman’s rights and pick berries to your heart’s content. Or buy them from the grocery store. Here’s a recipe for a delicious blueberry pie for you to try.
The heat has finally reached Finland as well. As a result, you’ll start seeing forest fire warnings in weather forecasts. Learn more about them in our blog!
Have you been invited to a Finnish summer house that doesn’t have indoor plumbing? Don’t panic, it isn’t really not that bad and here we’ll tell you why.
In this blog post we explain what everyman’s rights means: what those allow you to do and what they don’t allow you to do.
Now that summer’s here you’ll more likely move around in areas where there are ticks. Ticks can be the source of dangerous diseases. We tell more in this blog. Check yourself, your kids, and your pets for ticks!
Elk and deer collisions pose a serious threat to drivers in Finland. In this blog post we’ll tell you why you should be particularly vigilant right now, and what you can do to avoid collisions with these animals. Learn more from our tutorial “Four Wheels in Finland”.