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135 tons

Of oxygen will be produced


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The Smolenskoye Poozerie National Park is holding an ecological campaign to plant green spaces, timed to coincide with the celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945. Planting of forest crops will be carried out near the village of Pokrovskoye, next to the "Green" height, where fierce battles were fought between the soldiers of the Red Army and the Nazi invaders in March 1943. The battles were heavy and bloody, the front line of the front passed through the villages of Pokrovskoye, Praniki. According to the stories of the old residents of the village of Pokrovskoye, the fiercest battle took place at the Green Heights - every meter of the ground was strewn with the bodies of dead soldiers. In memory of the fallen defenders of the Smolensk land, a Poklonny cross was erected at the Green Height, and in the year of the 75th anniversary of the Great Victory, a forest will be planted in this area on an area of 12.3 hectares.


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!
Oksana Andreeva
Trees planting completed
Friends, hello! Reforestation work on the territory of the Ugra National Park has been completed. I would like to express my gratitude to those involved in the planting: those who did it remotely, as well as those who were on the site and planted trees with their own hands. In the future, the employees of the national park will control the growth of forest crops, take care of them, and publish photo reports. Stay with us ... and thank you for restoring the forest!
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Oksana Andreeva
The funds started collecting
Oksana Andreeva
The Smolensk Lake District is a unique natural reserve, a UNESCO biosphere reserve. Trees here are protected from people and fires, but vulnerable to windblow and bark beetle. Collective assistance helps to quickly compensate for the lost areas without disturbing the biodiversity of the national park. Year after year, we monitor the survival rate of seedlings, control the care and rejoice when the ... strengthened pines turn into the status of a full-fledged forest.
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