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Young specialists from Moscow will prepare a project of ecological and tourist routes of the Kurilsky Nature Reserve

Young specialists from Moscow were invited to Kunashir Island to work on projects for the improvement of three ecological tourist routes of the Kurilskiy State Nature Reserve and its buffer zone. The press service of the reserve reports.

“From 5 to 14 in October, landscape architects Olga Aleshina and Alexandra Dryazzhina worked in the reserve. The work was carried out under an agreement concluded between the Kurilsky Nature Reserve and the Nature Reserves EcoCenter (Moscow). EcoCenter "Reserves" is a leading non-governmental organization in the field of organizing support for reserves and national parks of Russia, a methodical and resource center for the development of protected areas, "the report says. Young architects have already had experience in several PAs of the European part of Russia, they have two higher architectural education.

After a detailed development of the infrastructure and the end of the project stage, the Kurilsky Reserve plans to begin the improvement of the eco-tourist routes, two of which are located in the protected zone of the reserve, in a freely visited territory. “In addition to attracting our own forces and funds, the help of sponsors and volunteers will be needed, without whose participation it is unlikely that the development of eco-tourism in Kunashir will be raised to a new level,” the reserve said. The press release also states that for more than ten years the regional authorities "have not given any support to the Kurilsky Nature Reserve."

Photo: Press Service of the Kurilsky Reserve

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