“The annual preventive campaign El, whose goal is to curb the illegal felling of coniferous trees, has started in the capital,” noted Petr Biryukov special team.
For the illegal felling of fir trees, the legislation provides for sanctions up to criminal liability. The seriousness of the offense depends, among other things, on where the tree was illegally felled.
“In order to avoid such incidents, on the eve of the New Year holidays, specialists are carrying out large-scale information work,” said Petr Biryukov. “In meetings with Muscovites, including in online format, they explain why cutting down coniferous trees is dangerous for natural spaces and what consequences it can have”.
By the way, last year there was not a single case of illegal felling of coniferous trees in the natural areas of Moscow.
Let’s remember that on December 20 the Christmas markets opened in the capital. In the 240 official points you can buy both national and imported products. The price of spruce from a thousand rubles per running meter.