3183 tonsOf oxygen will be produced
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The Altai Territory is unusually rich in ribbon pine forests, which very effectively cut through the steppe plains. One of these is Chupinsky Bor, located on the territory of the Shipunovsky District of the Altai Territory. Its uniqueness lies in the fact that this miracle of nature is, as it were, in the middle of a huge steppe, and at first glance, it is completely unclear where it could have come from. The Loktevskaya ribbon, which included the Chupinsky Bor, arose in the postglacial period. The forest belt occupied an area of 3184 hectares, but the forest began to be actively used by people and almost completely burned down in the furnaces of the Demidov factories. By the beginning of the 90s of the XX century, a small Chupinsky forest remained from it in the basin of the Charysh River and its tributary. But he was also on the verge of extinction. The destruction of this pine forest was facilitated by massive felling of pine trees, forest fires, as well as droughts, dry winds and intensive grazing in the vicinity, which led to the formation of sand dunes. By 1985, the area of the Chupinsky Bor was reduced tenfold. Forestry specialists have already managed to create a forest in the steppe on the site of the lost pine forest and connect it with the relict remains of the Chupinsky pine forest. The hand-made pine tape currently stretches for 25 km - from the village of Samsonovo to Kosobokovo. We hope that with the help of Pochta Bank clients and all people who are not indifferent to nature, we will be able to continue what we have begun - to plant 22,000 pines on 10 hectares. The restoration of the Chupinsky pine forest should have a positive effect on the local, unfortunately, shallow river Charysh.
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
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