Togliatti can be called a city in the forest - on three sides it is surrounded by a natural monument Stavropol pine forest. Before the fire in 2010, when 2000 m² of forest area burned down due to a dry summer, these places were a paradise. Roe deer, moose, hares, foxes, weasels, hedgehogs, partridges, black grouse and no less than twenty-five species of birds were found here. Honey mushrooms, mushrooms, boletus, boletus mushrooms grew in the forest. Togliatti residents gathered strawberries and strawberries here. In the forest area, there were walking paths and a special ski track. Ten entrance areas with signs created by sculptors from wood invited you to relax in this wonderful place. After a terrible fire, hundreds of residents of the city began work to restore their beloved forest. About 1900 hectares have already been planted, it remains to plant just over 100 hectares and for five years to take care of the plantings, monitor the survival rate and make additions. This spring, together with Pochta Bank, we plan to plant 89760 pine seedlings here, and to bring closer the day when the Stavropol pine forest will return to what it was.