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In Primorye, forest management is being completed on an area of ​​almost half a million hectares worth 140 million rubles

In the Primorsky Territory, forest management is being completed on an area of ​​almost half a million hectares. Forest management activities are carried out within the framework of the state program "Development of forestry in the Primorsky Territory for 2013-2017".

As reported in the regional forestry department, in 2013 the branch of FSUE "Roslesinforg" "Vostsiblesproekt" carried out preparatory work on an area of ​​362 hectares. In particular, in forest areas that were previously owned by agricultural organizations within the forestry on an area of ​​858 hectares. And also - on 181 hectares of forests of the former agricultural organizations, not included in the forestry, to which the right of federal ownership is registered.

In addition, in the 2013, full-scale field forest management works were carried out on taxation of forests in the second category in the 94 area, thousands of hectares in the Kirovsky, Lesozavodsky, part of the Ussuri rural forestry. As well as taxation of 100 forests of thousands of hectares and updating of forest inventory materials on 468,8 thousands of hectares with simultaneous design of measures for the use, protection, protection and reproduction of forests in forest areas in the Upper Pereval'ninsky, Kavalerovsky and Chuguevo forestries.

In 2014, more than 140 million rubles are planned for forest management activities. Of these, 60 million from the federal budget and 79 from the regional budget. Since the beginning of the year, work has been underway to carry out forest management, taking into account the need to identify protective forests and especially protective forest areas in key habitats of the Amur tigers and Far Eastern leopards.

Such works were fully performed on the whole area of ​​the Spassky forest area (257 360,6 hectares), in the Muraveisky and Pokrovsky forest areas (127 566 hectares), in Uglekmensky and Serebryansky forest areas (43 459 hectares).

The total forest management area in 2014 is 428 385,6 hectares. The entire volume is carried out by the method of visual assessment.

Based on the recommendations of the Federal Forestry Agency, the forest inventory of the Vladivostok and Sergeevskoye forestries will be carried out in a two-year cycle: 2014 - preparatory work, 2015 - field and office work.

According to the plan, in 2015 it is planned to spend 71 million rubles on forest management work in Primorye, in 2016 and 2017 - 39 million each.

Let us remind you that forest management is the work that is carried out on the territory of the region to assess the resource potential of forests. Forest management includes the design of forest areas, determination of the boundaries of forestry areas, forest parks, accounting for the material valuation of the forest, counting the age of trees and much more.

In 2013, by decision of the head of the region, Vladimir Miklushevsky, 85 million rubles were allocated from the regional budget for the first time. This year, 79,9 million have been allocated from the regional budget. Another 60,5 million is co-financing from the federal treasury.

According to the first vice-governor of the Primorsky Territory Vasily Usoltsev, the type of management in this or that forestry will be determined in the Territory. Somewhere new trees will be planted, somewhere - mineralized strips will be created to protect against fires, somewhere felling will be allowed for the preparation of firewood. In addition, maps will be prepared for each surveyed area.

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