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Primorye will spend 40 million rubles for forest inventory
The Forestry Department of Primorsky Krai has prepared technical assignments for forest management work on the territory of 187,7 for thousands of hectares of forest land, the press service of the regional administration reports.
As the department director Edward Mashkov said, 40 million rubles will be spent on these works.
The 47 thousand hectares on which the work will take place are the territories of former agricultural organizations, and now agricultural forests, included in the forest fund of the Primorsky Territory. We are talking about the lands of the Ussuriysky and Partizansky rural forestries.
140,7 thousand hectares - the land of former agricultural organizations, which has already grown forest, not included in the forest fund of the region. These are forests on the territory of several districts of the region: Khorolsky, Mikhailovsky, October, Pogranichny, Khanka, Krasnoarmeysky, Olginsky, Chuguevsky and Yakovlevsky.
After the forest inventory, the forestry department of the Krai will send an appeal to Rosleskhoz to include these territories in the coastal forestries.
The first contract for forest inventory work in Primorye was signed on July 7. The winner of the competition was FSUE Roslesinforg. The area of work will be 428 hectares. These are the lands of Spassky, Sergeevsky, Uglekamensky, Arsenyevsky and other forestries. The work under the contract will be completed by December 022 of this year.
According to the first vice-governor of the Primorsky Territory Vasily Usoltsev, within the framework of the contract, the type of management in this or that forest area will be determined. Somewhere new trees will be planted, somewhere - mineralized strips for protection against fires will be created, somewhere logging for firewood will be allowed. In addition, maps will be prepared for each surveyed area.
In 2013, by decision of the head of the region, Vladimir Miklushevsky, 85 million rubles were allocated for these works for the first time from the regional budget. This year, 79,9 million has been allocated from the regional budget. Another 60,5 million - co-financing from the federal treasury.