Membership in the European Union (EU) affect us as citizens in several ways, in varying degrees. For the County Administrative Board this provides the opportunity to utilize common resources, but also to take into account common rules.
Work on the structural funds is probably the most noticeable. The most comprehensive is our work with various grants to the county's agricultural companies, but we also put a lot of time into the long-term conservation efforts and the ongoing environmental monitoring. Cooperation in various forms also takes place with countries outside the EU.