All-Russian Water of Russia Campaign Kicks Off in Nalchik

All-Russian Water of Russia Campaign Kicks Off in Nalchik


The new season of the All-Russian "Water of Russia" campaign will kick off this year on April 28 in Nalchik, the capital of Kabardino-Balkaria. The large-scale cleaning will take place simultaneously in 10 municipalities of the republic. Volunteers plan to clean up the floodplain of the Nalchik River and the banks of 15 more rivers.

In addition, two more regions will begin cleaning the banks of rivers and lakes in the near future. On May 19, a major action will take place in Saratov. In this region, the number of volunteers has doubled compared to 2021. On May 25, the action will take place in the Chelyabinsk Region, where more than 500 cleanups are held annually.

Anyone can join the cleanup. To do this, you need to register on the website and select an action. The geography of "Water of Russia" covers all 89 regions of Russia. Over the years of its work, it has united over 9.5 million participants who have cleaned up 10.3 thousand water bodies and collected 10.9 million bags of garbage.

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