In the westernmost part of our country stretches the famous Curonian Spit - the world's longest sandy spill separating the freshwater Curonian Lagoon from the salty Baltic Sea. The Curonian Spit is endless sand dunes, lichen fields, pine forests and light birch groves. This site is located on a dune rampart near the village of Morskoy. In 2014, there was a fire in this place on an area of just over 11 hectares. After cleaning up the burnt residues, we carried out various types of work to restore vegetation: - strengthening the slope - planting forest cultures - promoting natural regeneration. An interesting feature of forest planting is that there are unstable sandy soils on the site that do not retain moisture well, therefore, when planting seedlings, an additional small amount of clay is added to the hole (it is hygroscopic, it retains water well, which the plants consume as needed). With the help of the Park and with the help of volunteer organizations, we managed to restore 9 hectares, and there are 2 more left. We really count on the support of customers and employees of Post Bank and in the spring of 2018 we plan to plant 7,000 new Scotch pine trees to strengthen the moving sand dunes and return the original view.