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Amur region will receive 180 million rubles to protect forests

Amur region will receive 180 million rubles to protect forests
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Amur Oblast will receive more than 2020 million rubles in 180 under the federal project “Conservation of Forests”. Most of the funding will go towards the purchase of forest fire and forestry equipment.

94 million rubles will be allocated for the purchase of necessary equipment. 12 UAZs, bulldozers, truck tractors, trawls, trailers worth 47 million rubles will be purchased for the region, the rest will be spent on the purchase of 19 units of machinery and equipment for reforestation.

According to EastRussia, in the regional ministry of forestry, in addition, in the Amur Region, the area of ​​forest restoration will be increased in the framework of the Ecology project. 85 million rubles will be allocated for these purposes, another 858 thousand will be spent on the formation of a stock of seeds.

The Amur Region first took part in the federal project "Preservation of Forests" in 2019. 2019 thousand rubles were allocated to the region for the implementation of its activities from the federal budget for 2021-587. Last year, 500,8 million rubles were spent in the Amur region, 209 million rubles were spent on the purchase of forest fire equipment.

At the end of 2019, the Amur Region additionally received more than 41 million rubles from the federal budget. With this money, the regional authorities purchased nine units of fire fighting equipment: two Chetra bulldozers and seven GAZ-33088 Huntsman trucks.

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