More than 30 expeditions will be conducted by volunteers of the "Clean Arctic" project this year

More than 30 expeditions will be conducted by volunteers of the "Clean Arctic" project this year

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The press service of the project announced the start of the third field season. From May to November, more than 30 expeditions will take place in all nine Arctic regions of Russia.

It is expected that this year the project will cover twice as many territories of the Russian north and return them to the Arctic ecosystem. Work has already started in the archaeological complex "White Sea Petroglyphs" in Karelia. Volunteers will clear the eco-trails and tourist camps from deadwood and municipal waste.

Cleaning is also underway on the southern coast of the White Sea in the Rastnavolok tract. There, volunteers clean up industrial and bulky waste. And in the area of the Voitsky Padun waterfall, volunteers will create an observation deck.

It is planned that the work in Belomorsk will be completed by the end of May. On the territory of the Voitsky Padun waterfall, the Clean Arctic volunteers will stay approximately until mid-June.
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