On September 30 and October 2, 5000 pine seedlings were planted in the Kochenevsky district of the Novosibirsk region as part of the PosadiLes.ru project

On September 30 and October 2, in the Kochenevsky District of the Novosibirsk Region, activists of the ECA Movement, with the support of the Forestry Department of the Novosibirsk Region, planted 5,000 pine seedlings in an area affected by forest fires with an area of ​​1.32 hectares. The event was held within the framework of the projectPosadiLes.ru... 70 people took part in the action.

“The goal of our action is not only the restoration of lost forests, but also the fostering of ecological culture, the formation of a conscious, respectful attitude towards nature and the world around us,” says Elena Gorokhova, executive directorECA movements... “When a person plants a tree with his own hands, he will look at the world in a different way, realizing his responsibility not only to his“ green ”friend, but to all the forests on the planet.”


The necessary assistance in the preparation of the event was provided by the Ministry of Forestry of the Novosibirsk Region and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology of the Novosibirsk Region. Before the start of planting works, representatives of the local forestry conducted a briefing for all participants of the action. This time, the employees of the well-known logistics company volunteered as volunteers and volunteers.

Such events increase the environmental awareness of people and expand the consciousness that we are all neighbors and residents of not only our home, city, region, but also planet Earth. We are responsible not only for our staircase, but also for the nature that surrounds us. - says Marianna Munteanu, PosadiLes.ru coordinator. "The forests we have planted are the guarantee of our common future."


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