Finland has the most trees in Europe – 66% of the country is forested. (In comparison to for instance Germany with 30% forest.) Finland has in average 44-hectare forest per citizen. Private people own the majority of the finish forest, 10% of the population own their own forest. Wolds wide there are only 13 countries, which have more trees than Finland.
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