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Effects of agricultural policy reform on biodiversity and ecosystem services in mixed farming-forestry landscapes.

Farm2Forest links scenarios, economic and ecological modelling of biodiversity and ecosystem services to understand how future agricultural policy will affect marginal farming regions in Sweden.


Three photos: pile of timber, agricultural landscape and grazing cows.
How will agricultural policy afffect biodiversity and ecosystem services in marginal farming regions in Sweden?


A hoverfly sitting on a yellow flower. Photo.
Pollinating insects of various species thrive in a mixed landscape. Here a hoverfly on a turnip rape seed flower. Photo: Georg Andersson.