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They are most careful about the forest in one region of the Far Eastern Federal District.

They are most careful about the forest in one region of the Far Eastern Federal District.
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In the Far East, one region has become the area where forest conservation is the most careful. The Jewish Autonomous Region is among the top three in Russia.

As EastRussia was told in Roslesinforg, the assessment of forestry activities was carried out in 24 regions. Experts have checked almost four thousand sites, violations were found in the third of the surveyed territory.

In total, 38 indicators of reforestation activities were checked. For example, how forest roads are laid, whether there are fire-prevention reservoirs, breaks, whether mineralized belts are arranged, whether sanitary felling is carried out and how the tenants clean the sites from felling residues.

The worst situation was in the Tomsk and Irkutsk regions, as well as in Tuva. Forests are most carefully protected in the Stavropol Territory, the Jewish Autonomous and Vologda Regions. In the Jewish Autonomous Region, violations were found only in 12,5% ​​of the 56 sites checked. In Priangarye, for example, half of the 547 sites checked were found to be in violation.

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