The cairns in Ali-Uotila are part of an Iron Age cemetery. The cemetery was originally located on the shoreline at the north-west end of Lake Vanhajärvi, which has now been drained. There are 21 cairns in the area, of which five have been excavated. The cemetery also includes a sacrificial stone. The area is also a traditional rural biotope that used to be pasture. The AaM group is charged with clearing the edges of the site, removing dead trees and keeping the cairns and the sacrificial stone clear of vegetation.