Regulation On The Protection Of Old Growth Forests

Original Language Title: Asetus vanhojen metsien suojelusta

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Read the untranslated law here: http://www.finlex.fi/fi/laki/ajantasa/1993/19931115

Presentation by the Minister of the environment provides for the amending of 23 February 1923, the Nature Conservancy (71/23) section 1 (2) and (3), as well as under article 2, section 1, as amended by Act of 28 August 1981 (594/81): the purpose of article 1 of the Treaty establishing the nature conservation areas in the old natural forests and their associated ecological entities, as well as the preservation of plants and animals as a part of our country, the protection of biodiversity is formed in southern Finland State-owned areas of the Nature Conservancy (71/23) in accordance with article 2 of the special protection areas, hereinafter referred to as the the regions listed in the. The task of the regions is also to serve the natural and environmental research and teaching.

LuonnonsuojeluL 71/1923 is repealed LuonnonsuojeluL:lla 1096/1996.



section 2 of the protection of natural areas conservation areas are: 1) to the Liiklankarin, which includes approximately 55 hectares of State-owned areas in the municipality of Eurajoki (annex 1);

Map as a picture 2) Ängholmin, which includes approximately 25 hectares of State-owned areas of the Virgin Mary's (annex 2);

Map as a picture 3) Lymylammen, which includes approximately 65 hectares of State-owned areas Ikaalisten in (Appendix 3);

Map as a picture (4) is repealed by A 13.3.2014/214.

5) Isonkivennevan, which includes approximately 165 hectares of State-owned areas of Parkano in (Appendix 5);

Map as a picture 6) Nälkähittenkankaan, which is about 32 hectares of State-owned areas of Parkano in (annex 6);

Map as a picture 7) Ring in the salon area with approximately 90 hectares of State-owned areas of Parkano in (Appendix 7);

Map as a picture 8) Pitkäkallion, which includes approximately 45 hectares of State-owned areas of the Yläneen (annex 8);

Map image 9 is repealed A 21 December 2006/1382.

10) Lynx of the cliff area, which includes about 21 hectares of State-owned areas in Lapinjärvi (annex 10);

Map as a picture 11) Mustametsän, which includes approximately 29 hectares of State-owned areas in Mäntsälä (annex 11);

Map as a picture 12) in the Harsbackenin area, comprising about 5 hectares of State-owned areas of the Eastern (note 12);

Map as a picture 13) in the Kärmesniemenkallion area, which is about 9 hectares of State-owned areas in the municipality is unilingually Finnish (Note 13);

Map as picture 14) Marjovuoren, which is approximately 36 hectares of State-owned areas Iitin (annex 14);

Map as a picture 15) Tingankoskenmäen, which includes approximately 31 hectares of State-owned areas Miehikkälän Kunta (annex 15);

Map as a picture 16) the Board of the fabric, which is about 22 hectares of State-owned areas An (annex 16);

Map as a picture 17) Goat on the peninsula, which is about 8 hectares of State-owned areas, Temporary (annex 17);

Map as a picture 18) by Joe Rock, which is about 32 hectares of State-owned areas Asikkalan (annex 18);

Map image 19) in his area, which includes about 30 hectares of State-owned areas of the municipality is unilingually Finnish (annex 19);

Map as a picture 20) Worm food, consisting of some 85 hectares of State-owned areas of Smelt in the water (annex 20);

Map as a picture 21) False-Väihin area, comprising about 25 hectares of State-owned areas of Smelt in the water (annex 21);

Map as picture 22) P in the Lake area, with about 245 hectares of State-owned sites in the Gorge (annex 22);

Map as a picture 23) Pitämävuorten, which is about 58 hectares of State-owned sites in the Gorge (Annex 23);

Map as a picture 24) in the Raattaniemen area, which is about 115 hectares of State-owned sites in the Gorge (annex 24);

Map as a picture 25) Kotisten, which includes approximately 232 hectares of State-owned areas and the municipality municipalities (annex 25);

Map as a picture of a Wolf's nest the fabric, 26), which includes about 460 hectares of State-owned areas Lammin (annex 26);

Map as a picture 27) Kuusela, the area with approximately 20 hectares of State-owned areas Browned (Annex 27);

Map as a picture 28) Musturin, which includes approximately 60 hectares of State-owned areas in the municipality of Ruovesi (annex 28);

Map image 29) the Wolf in the top of the Hill, which has about 53 hectares of State-owned areas in the municipality of Ruovesi (annex 29);

Map image 30) Life on the Hill, which includes about 80 hectares of State-owned areas in the municipality of Vilppula (annex 30);

Map as a picture 31) Ferry Lake area, which includes about 125 acres of State-owned areas in the municipality of Vilppula (annex 31);

Map as a picture 32) Iris forest area, which includes about 40 hectares of State-owned areas of the City in (Annex 32);

Map as a picture 33) Lakeisnevankankaan, which includes approximately 25 hectares of State-owned areas of the City in (Annex 33);

Map image 34) S salon, with approximately 65 hectares of State-owned areas with Jäppilä (annex 34);

Map image 35) Ahvenisenmäen, which includes approximately 152 acres of State-owned areas in the municipality of Joroinen (annex 35);

Map as a picture 36) Metsälän Autohuolto, with about 34 hectares of State-owned areas in the municipality of Joroinen (Annex 36);

Map as a picture 37) Northern lights of the Islands area, which is about 66 hectares of State-owned areas of the Fabric in the peninsula and in the countryside of Mikkeli (annex 37);

Map image 38) Pyysaarten, which includes approximately 50 hectares of State-owned areas of the Fabric of the Cape and the Pike of the mountain communities (annex 38);

Map as a picture 39) Triangle area, which includes about 40 hectares of State-owned areas Pine Ridge (annex 39);

Map image 40) Julunkiven, which includes about 70 hectares of State-owned areas in Punkaharju (annex 40);

Map image 41) Kuivasaaren, which is about 10 hectares of State-owned areas in Ristiina (Annex 41);

Map image 42) Pike of the peninsula, which is about 55 hectares of State-owned areas in the municipality of Savonranta (Annex 42);

Map image 43) Raatelamminsalon, which includes approximately 105 hectares of State-owned areas in the municipality of Savonranta (Annex 43);

Map image 44) Rastikenkkujen, which includes approximately 25 hectares of State-owned areas in the municipality of Savonranta (Annex 44);

Map image 45) Huosionkorven, which includes about 215 hectares of State-owned areas in Sulkava (annex 45);

Map as a picture Katajalamminmäen 46), which includes about 15 hectares of State-owned areas in Sulkava (Appendix 46);

Map image 47) Kokkolansalon, which is about 90 hectares of State-owned areas in Sulkava (Annex 47);

Map as a picture of the risk Spectrum 48), with about 320 hectares of State-owned areas of the Eno (annex 48);

Map as a picture 49) Spear River area, which is about 465 hectares of State-owned areas In (Appendix 49);

Map as a picture 50) Mating to the peninsula, which is approximately 25 hectares of State-owned areas In (Annex 50);

Map as a picture of the risk area 51), a Swiss, with about 95 hectares of State-owned areas In (Annex 51);

Map as a picture 52) Kolvananuuron, which includes about 75 hectares of State-owned areas kontiolahden (annex 52);

Map as a picture 53) Hyypiänvaaran, which is about 3 hectares of State-owned areas in Tohmajärvi (annex 53);

Map as a picture 54) Great-Majoinen's area, which includes about 20 hectares of State-owned areas of the University in (Annex 54);

Map as a picture 55) Pisa area, with about 124 hectares of State-owned areas in Nilsiä (Annex 55);

Map as a picture 56) Cotton of the Church, which has about 300 hectares of State-owned areas of risk in the Iron (annex 56);

Map as a picture 57) Pitkäjärvenvuoren, which includes about 80 hectares of State-owned areas, Jämsänkosken in (Appendix 57);

Map as a picture 58) in the recovery of the Islands, which includes about 12 hectares of State-owned areas of the collection of white water rafting (Annex 58);

Map as a picture 59) Muronahon, which includes about 70 hectares of State-owned areas in the municipality of Konginkangas (annex 59);

Map as a picture 60) Roach Lake area, which includes some 75 hectares of State-owned areas in korpilahti (Annex 60);

Map as a picture 61) Pit-AHO, which includes some 210 hectares of State-owned areas in the municipality of Kuhmoinen (Annex 61);

Map as a picture 62) black grouse in the fabric, which is about 23 hectares of State-owned areas in Laukaa (Appendix 62);

Map as a picture 63) River swamp in the fabric, which is about 25 hectares of State-owned areas of the Multian (annex 63);

Map as a picture 64) six of the top of the Hill, which has about 105 hectares of State-owned areas in the municipality of Muurame (annex 64);

Map as a picture 65) T the top of the Hill, which is about 72 hectares of State-owned areas in the municipality of Muurame (annex 65);

Map as a picture 66) Harjuntakasen, which includes approximately 407 acres of State-owned areas in the municipality of Pihtipudas (annex 66);

Map as a picture


67) Kulhanvuoren, which includes approximately 410 hectares of State-owned areas of the island in the Lake in (Appendix 67);

Map as a picture 68) for close to the pond, which is about 14 hectares of State-owned areas in the municipality of Toivakka (annex 68);

Map as a picture 69) Lining the pond area, which includes about 110 hectares of State-owned areas in the municipality of Toivakka (Appendix 69);

Map as a picture 70) Bear fabric, consisting of some 25 hectares of State-owned areas in viitasaari (annex 70);

Map image 71) At the top of the Hill, which is about 50 hectares of State-owned areas in viitasaari (annex 71);

Map image Peränevanholman 72), which includes about 5 hectares of State-owned areas of the town in (Appendix 72);

Map image Linjalamminkankaan 73), which includes about 440 hectares of State-owned areas of the shoe in the Lake (Annex 73);

Map as a picture 74) Mattilansaaren, which includes approximately 65 hectares of State-owned areas of the shoe in the Lake (Annex 74);

Map image 75) Mountain in the fabric, which is about 43 hectares of State-owned areas of the shoe in the Lake (Appendix 75);

Map as a picture 76) Tailotin, which is about 34 hectares of State-owned areas pay (Appendix 76);

Map as a picture 77) Norra Vallgrundin, which includes approximately 36 hectares of State-owned areas in the Korsholm, Finland (Appendix 77);

Map as a picture 78) Patanajärvenkankaan, with about 245 hectares of State-owned areas of fly tying materials (Annex 78);

Map as a picture 79) the tomb of the huhdan area, which includes about 30 hectares of State-owned areas of Vetelin Tikanpojat (annex 79);

Map as a picture 80) Basis, with about 11 hectares of State-owned areas in Ähtäri (annex 80);

Map as a picture 81) Fire Ridge in the fabric, which is about 25 hectares of State-owned areas in Ähtäri (annex 81);

Map image Ryökönkankaan 82), which includes about 24 hectares of State-owned areas of Alavieska is Tapani Vierimaa (annex 82);

Map as a picture 83) Korkattivuoren, which includes approximately 35 hectares of State-owned areas in Haapavesi (annex 83);

Map as a picture 84) L to the peninsula, which is about 10 hectares of State-owned areas Sunday in the Strait in (Appendix 84);

Map as a picture 85) Telkkisaarten, which is about 90 hectares of State-owned areas Sunday in the River (note 85);

Map as a picture 86) in the South of the River, with about 35 hectares of State-owned areas Pyhännän (Appendix 86);

Map as a picture 87) Kinkeri island on the Neva embankment, which includes about 77 hectares of State-owned areas Pyhännän (annex 87);

Map as a picture 88) South-the heart of the country, with about 390 hectares of State-owned areas of the Reisjärven (annex 88);

Map of the island of Hiiumaa, hazard 89) as a picture, which is about 480 hectares of State-owned areas in the municipality of Sotkamo (annex 89);

Map as a picture 90) Rommakkovaaran, which includes approximately 155 hectares of State-owned areas in the municipality of Sotkamo (annex);

Map as a picture 91) Heiskasenpuron, which includes approximately 130 hectares of State-owned areas in the municipality of Sotkamo (annex);

Map as a picture 92) in the ski resort area with approximately 65 hectares of State-owned areas in the municipality of Sotkamo (annex).

Map of the regions as a nature reserve, is marked with a red dashed to the annexes to this regulation on the maps.


section 3 Bans nature reserves may not be: 1) to build the buildings, structures or roads;
2) ojittaa, to take soil or otherwise damage the soil or bedrock;
3) to take or damage trees, shrubs or other plants, or parts thereof;
4) to kill, capture or to molest or destroy their nests of wild study involving vertebrate animals, and to capture or collect invertebrates; instead of 5) to camp or to make the use of naked flames.
The protection of natural areas is prohibited in any other measures that may have an adverse effect on the natural conditions of the regions, of the landscape, to animal or vegetable species.


section 4 of the permitted activities in nature reserves may be the purpose of the Treaty without risking: 1) build and maintain management, monitoring and research, and to explore the necessary buildings, structures and paths;
2) to pick up berries and food mushrooms;
3) to take action in order to maintain the plant and animal species in the region and to protect the natural forest development;
4) scan and do surveying work; as well as 5) to take the necessary civil protection and fire-fighting.


with the permission of the holder of the area allowable actions section 5 of the Natural protected areas can be with the permission of the holder of the EC Treaty, without compromising the purpose of the area: 1) research or other scientific purposes or instruction for the kill or capture of animals, as well as to collect plants and parts of plants, animal nests, as well as having a mineral samples;
2) grant authorisations for fishing and hunting of Elk run;
3) to reduce the number of specimens of the species of plant or animal, if the species is increased too much, or been otherwise harmful;
4) use and maintain electrical and telephone lines; as well as 5) make geological studies and look for ores.


section 6 of the treatment and the plan for the management and use of Natural protected areas, shall be drawn up, where appropriate, the management and operating plans. Management and operation of the plan to strengthen the Ministry of the environment.


section 7 of the Area into a nature reserve that kind of State ownership passed to the area, the use of which is an extension of the natural reserve area is in the context of the contract or of the recovery decision, shall be read as a nature reserve.
Nature reserve to be attached to the entry into force of a nature reserve in the area acquired the sanctuary rules and regulations, when the paste is marked on the land or the land register. On the topography of the area of the property is valid, what Division (604/51).

JakoL 604/1951 KiinteistönmuodostamisL:lla 554/95 is repealed.



section 8: determination of the boundaries of the nature reserves are formed in accordance with the Division of real estate, what is required by law.
The regions have an important place in the natural protected areas of a sufficient number of the identification plates indicating conservation area and other characters.


a number of the provisions of section 9 of the Regulations, under which certain actions are allowed in nature reserves, are the Foundation of the broader right to anyone other than the person concerned by the way it is.
The Ministry of the environment may allow more than 4 and in article 5, which do not conflict with the purpose of establishing the nature conservation areas and that the appropriate treatment or use.
The Nature Conservancy on the order pursuant to paragraph 3 of rule can be used to prohibit the movement of the nature reserve or part of it.


section 10 (29 November 2007/1196), section 10, is repealed on 29 November 2007 A/1196.


Article 11 of the more detailed provisions and guidelines for more detailed rules on the implementation of this Regulation shall, if necessary, the Ministry of the environment.
Guidelines on the imposition of the limits of natural protected areas to provide land by the Government.


Article 12 entry into force This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 1994.

Annexes 1-92 (natural protected areas maps) are in the context of article 2.


The change of the date of entry into force and the application of the acts: 13.6.2001/550: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2002.




on 21 December 2006/1380: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 February 2007.
This regulation on the protection of old growth forests are repealed on 3 December 1993 amending Commission Regulation (11/1993), section 2, subsection 1, paragraph 9.
The area of inbreeding on hunting leases are at the date of entry into force of this regulation, the nature reserve of the entry into force of law pursuant to article 71.




on 29 November 2007/1196: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2008.




13.3.2014/214: This Regulation shall enter into force on April 15, 2014.
This regulation will be repealed: 1) to the Karpanmäen nature reserve of Regulation (809/1985);
2 the formation of a special nature protection area Laajoen) estuary of the Regulation (822/1971);
on the protection of old growth forests on the regulation 3) (1115/1993), section 2, subsection 1, paragraph 4.
Date of entry into force of the regulation in accordance with the existing hunting leases hunting may continue notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 3 of the 31 January 2015.