The world's first Observation Station for studying the sounds of northern lights, auroras, has been built at the Hankasalmi Observatory in the small village of Murtoinen in Central Finland - with support from LEADER.
The distance use of the station is possible from abroad thanks to modern equipment. The concept is a perfect example of how to utilise the advantages of rural areas, such as darkness, silence and nature.
EAFRD funding was used to purchase part of the equipment.
Read the full sotry on the LAG's website.