200 kg of acorns planted near Izhevsk

On October 12, more than 200 kg of acorns were sown in a fruit nursery near the village of Mashinostroiteley near Izhevsk. The future pedunculate oak plantation was created with public funding from the Posadiles Forest Restoration and Conservation Project with the support of the Regional Ministry of Natural Resources and the ECA Movement.
The planting was attended by activists of the ECA Movement, local residents and students of the College of Building Technologies. The acorns were collected by foresters in 5 districts of Udmurtia. In 2-3 years, young oaks will be planted in the forests of the republic affected by fires.
“We have been restoring the forests of Udmurtia since 2015, and during this time we have planted more than 34 thousand young trees in different regions of the republic. Every year more and more caring people take part in planting. We thank all residents of the republic who contribute to the preservation of the nature of their native land and support reforestation activities ",noted the head of the Posadiles project, Marianna Munteanu.  
Anyone who was unable to join the plantings in person can support the restoration and conservation of forests online at website PosadiLes.ru. The service will send photos and GPS coordinates of the seedlings.
On October 6, within the framework of the Posadiles project, 16 thousand pines were also planted in Udmurtia to restore the forest in the vicinity of the Syumsi village. Landing reports can be viewed here.


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