A “reborn” river

The river “Tullstorp” in southern Skåne is today a river that looks like a river and behaves like a river and that both the landscape and the sea benefit from – but it has just been “reborn” after being a ditch for a long time. The great dredging of Sweden took place in the 19th century and has, among other things, led to the eutrophication of the Baltic Sea.

Reportage: Lena Scherman
Photo: Alexandre Gobatti Ramos
Edit by: Alexandre Gobatti Ramos

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