585.6 tons

Of oxygen will be produced


Verification standart UN IPCC


Helping prevent shoreline erosion

About area

В самой западной части нашей страны тянется знаменитая Куршская коса – самая длинная в мире песчаная пересыпь, отделяющая пресноводный Куршский залив от соленого Балтийского моря. Куршская коса – это бесконечные песчаные дюны, поля лишайников, сосновые леса и светлые березовые рощи. Данный участок расположен на дюнном валу около поселка Морской. В 2014 году в этом месте был пожар на площади чуть более 11 га. После уборки сгоревших остатков нами проводились различные виды работ по восстановлению растительности: - укрепление склона - посадка лесных культур - содействие естественному возобновлению. Интересная особенность посадки леса в том, что на участке неустойчивые песчаные почвы, которые плохо удерживают влагу, поэтому при посадке саженцев в лунку вносится дополнительно небольшое количество глины (она гигроскопична, хорошо удерживает воду, которую расходуют растения по мере необходимости). Силами Парка и с помощью волонтерских организаций нам удалось восстановить 9 гектар, и осталось еще 2. Мы очень рассчитываем на поддержку клиентов и сотрудников Почта Банка и весной 2018 года планируем высадить 7000 новых деревьев породы сосны обыкновенной, чтобы укрепить движущиеся песчаные дюны и вернуть парку первоначальный вид.


Your forest will definitely grow — a forester will look after it for five years after planting
If a forester is unable to plant a forest here due to force majeure, we will find a similar area
This is one of the most famous parks in the world. You can trust it!
Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Poplavskij
Wow, it's been a season, right? We, foresters, usually worry about forest diseases, but this year we had to worry about people - along with the whole world. Fortunately, the virus has not affected our trees and we are ready to tell you how a young forest feels. The survival rate of forest cultures was 15%. Most of the seedlings have withered due to the dry spring of 2020. This fall, the plantations will be ... supplemented with pine seedlings from a local nursery. Follow our news!
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Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Poplavskij
Hello dear friends! The summer of 2019 turned out to be very arid, so part of the landings died. The park staff carried out activities to supplement the new seedlings. Over the entire area of the site 2500 pieces of pine seedlings were planted. Follow our reports and thank you for restoring the forest.
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Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Poplavskij
Friends! We have completed the planting of 7 thousand pine seedlings. Thanks to your participation and the further work of the National Park specialists, including agrofamments for planted forest cultures, the roots of the growing trees will strengthen the relief of the site and hold back the sands, thereby ensuring the preservation of the unique ecosystem of the Curonian Spit. Follow our news and thank you for ... restoring the forest!
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Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Poplavskij
Dear friends! Very soon, reforestation work will begin in the Curonian Spit National Park. We invite you to take part in the planting of the forest, which will be held on October 19, 2018. Time and place of collection: 09:00 local time, Kaliningrad Region, Rybachy settlement, ul. Lesnaya, 7, Museum Complex Park "Curonian Spit." What you need to take with you: - rubber boots; - rain cover in case of rain. If ... you decide to take part in the event, please register here: https://Treeography-com.timepad.ru/event/324789/
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Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Poplavskij
In the westernmost part of our country, the famous Curonian Spit is the longest sandy bed in the world, which separates the freshwater Curonian Lagoon from the salty Baltic Sea. Curonian Spit - these are endless sand dunes, lichen fields, pine forests and light birch groves. This site is located on the dune shaft near the village of Morskoy. In 2014, there was a fire in this place on an area of just over 11 hectares. ... After harvesting the burnt residues, we carried out various types of work to restore the vegetation: - strengthening the slope - planting forest crops - promoting natural regeneration. An interesting feature of planting forests is that the area is unstable sandy soils that retain moisture poorly, so when planting seedlings in the hole is added an additional small amount of clay (it is hygroscopic, well retains water that plants spend as needed). With the help of the Park and with the help of volunteer organizations, we managed to restore 9 hectares, and 2 remained. view.
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