Forests in Iceland might be a rarity, but our SEEDS volunteers from our camp SEEDS 062. Forestry & hiking trails in the West have worked hard to expand and increase the forests.
They stayed in a nice cabin along with a "hot pot" of course, where they could relax and revitalise after a long day of forest work, cutting lupines (widespread purple/white plant species in Iceland) and widening paths.;
We are proud they contribute with helping to create a beautiful forest landscape in Iceland which will last for some decades, hopefully. Keep it up!