We are the last generation which can restore
and save the planet's forests

2019 was a record year for fires
in the forests of Siberia
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Our way to combat climate change is to plant trees every year.

When there is a fire, no matter what is burning: grass, reed, peat moss, forest - CO2 is released into the atmosphere. A huge amount of carbon dioxide is released when the forest burns and especially peat moss. Peat bogs are large "stores" of carbon, and when they light up all this carbon gets into the atmosphere.
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Black carbon, or simply soot emitted by fires, poses a serious threat to the climate. The wind carries soot over great distances: it burns, say around Lake Baikal, and soot can settle on ice in the Arctic. The ice cap in the Arctic is a kind of planetary air conditioner that prevents it from overheating. When the ice is clean and white, the sun's rays are reflected from it, and it does not melt as quickly. When soot settles on ice, it blackens, this reduces its ability to reflect the sun's rays and accelerates melting.
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Constant fires destroy the soil, burning the top organic layer and killing microorganisms which are essential for the forest ecosystem. It takes the forest a long time to fully restore and if fires occur regularly it completely stops growing. Soil erosion and desertification occur which poses a threat to both biological diversity and climate: carbon dioxide is not absorbed at all on such lands and there will be more of it in the atmosphere which means that the climate warming will continue.
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Forest is the most important mechanism on our Planet that transforms CO2(a gas that creates a greenhouse effect) into O2(oxygen in the air that all living organisms need to breathe) through photosynthesis. Siberian forests plas a crucial role in keeping the air on our planet in the condition necessary to support life.

In Siberia every year not only a huge number of trees are burned but also more and more are cut down every year both legally and illegally. Large amounts Siberian timber leave
for China where they are processed and from there they are shipped around the world in the form of various goods. Damaged by multiple fires and by deforestation, the Siberian taiga forest massifs weaken. They recover very slowly, in turn absorbing less carbon dioxide and emitting less oxygen, which means they lose the capacity to slow down climate change.
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Our mission
Our mission is to restore the Siberian taiga and to protect
it further from damage.

Planting 5,000,000 trees in 2020 and 2021

Don't forget the little guy

Planting a native tree species in the temperate zone, for example: pine, spruce, oak


A friend in need is a friend indeed

Planting in the steppes to fight desertification of the southern regions. Includes watering and mulching for two years to ensure the highest survival rate possible.
It's a big deal
$ 85

Planting a tree to expand a forest garden with a purchase of land ownership (1076 square feet) around your tree. You can come set up a tent on your land under your tree.
Protect forest from fire
29 $ ~ 469 $
Protecting forests from fires is crucial. In forest fires We lose three times more than in the timber industry each year.
When paying, the amount will be indicated in rubles, local currency, no more than the specified amount in dollars will be withdrawn from your account.
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Our home is a beautiful
planet. We must save
it for future generations

If everyone makes small changes in their daily routines the end result will be multiplied by 7.8 billion
By reducing the consumption of paper products, trees can be saved from death.

Think about what you could give up in everyday life. For example, a daily cardboard coffee cup can be replaced with
a reusable one.
protectUsing things repeatedly, we can significantly reduce consumption.

Before you buy new items, try to find them from friends, acquaintances, free markets or internet resources. Repair things, give them
a new life. Thus, you can protect the nature and preserve your budget.
Hand over everything that can be recycled. Discard items that cannot be recycled.

Collecting waste paper for recycling, you can save trees, for example:

60 kg of recycled paper= 1 tree saved

International environmental
expedition to Altai
If you want to become a member of the expedition
to plant 1100 cedars leave a request
and we will send detailed information.
from May 12 to May 21 2021
Happy and grateful to be able to make a difference
Sergey Skorobogatov
Project founder,
social entrepreneur, vegan, eco-blogger
Over 7 years planted 26,455 trees
in the Russian Federation.
Organized a project that collected
19 800 000 pounds of recycled paper over years
Thus saved from cutting 150 000 trees over.

+7 916 626-87-20 WhatsApp

Ivan Sanzharov
Farmer, Source of inspiration
Millions of cedar seedlings grow on his farm.
To create such a nursery he moved to Kaliningrad from Sakhalin. He gives his seedlings to anyone willing to plant them - the farmer wants to plant all of Russia with cedars.

Arina Vershinina
Eco-blogger, marketer
Originally from the Crimea. She practices the principles of "zero waste". She has a blog about ecology, holds community labor days at the shores of the Black Sea.
Responsible for marketing.


Roman Romanyuk
Website developer, vegetarian
Born and raised in the Urals had lived 8 years in Moscow. Worked for 10 years in the marketing field. Currently persuing his goal of establishing and building an eco-village in Georgia, where he is residing with his wife and 2 kids. Vegetarian. Website developer.

Alexey Shkavrov
English tutor and a translator, site coordinator for PurProjet, vegetarian
Was born in Moscow and had lived in New York for 19 years. Now he has moved to Russia with his family to the eco-village "Milenki" in Kaluga region. English tutor and a translator. Site coordinator for PurProjet in Russia which is dedicated to restoring ecosystems all around the world. His interests are permaculture farming and eco building. Vegetarian.

+7 910 521-51-92 WhatsApp

Teleutka Squirrel
Siberian squirrel
Each season one squirrel picks out and hides more than a thousand healthy cedar nuts in the ground and recovers only about five hundred over the 90 winter days. She forgets about the rest of them. Some of the ones she forgets are found and eaten by micу and the rest remain until they sprout next spring. Cedar undergrowth grows from these seedlings.

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Our news
We can no longer wait for politicians
to start making effective decisions to
fight forest fires.

2019 was a record year for the loss of the forest massif of the Siberian taiga.
In 2020, the #SiberianTree team plans to create volunteer teams to control fire
zones and track illegal timber harvesting. This initiative is supported by people
living in ecovillages near and in the Siberean taiga.
You can help volunteer firefighters protect the forest by sending a donation to buy equipment
to fight fires.
With your donations we will be able to purchase: an UAZ 4x4 off-roader and equip it with a 132 gallon water tank to transport to the fire site, fire extinguishers, protective fireproof suits, helm, oxygen tanks and other necessary equipment.
Firefighters - Volunteers
Equipment will be purchased for volunteer firefighters from ecovillages
near the taiga forests.

Social entrepreneur:
IP Skorobogatov Sergey Sergeevich
Account details for wire transfers are as follows:
INN (ITN) 504505955902
Eneficiary's Account: 40802810000001366704
Eneficiary's Bank: Tinkoff Bank IC: 044525974
Eneficiary's Bank Address: 1st Volokolamsky pr., 10, bld. 1,
Moscow, Russia «eneficiary's Bank SWIFT: TICSRUMMXXX
Happy and grateful to be able to make
a difference