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The Reykjavík Forestry Association


The purpose of the company is to work for forestry, tree growing and land improvement for the public in Reykjavík and elsewhere. The company wants to contribute to improving the interaction and living conditions of humans, animals and all vegetation.

The main task of the Reykjavik Forestry Association is to supervise Heiðmörk, the largest and most popular outdoor area in the capital area. In addition to traditional forestry work, the company performs the construction and maintenance of facilities, for example by making walking trails and open areas for games and entertainment.

 

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