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National Park "Lena Pillars" in Yakutia will receive 140 million rubles for development
In Yakutia, the Lena Pillars Natural Park received federal status and new funding. In 2019 alone, almost 140 million rubles will be allocated from the budget for its development. The money will be spent on the conservation and further study of the unique rock formations that are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and on the development of eco-tourism.
According to the Ministry of Ecology, Nature Management and Forestry of Yakutia, the natural park was created in 1994 year. Since then, scientists have sought to give it federal status. Only last year, the territory was recognized as the first national park in the Republic, and in 2019, funds were allocated for maintenance and development.
Amounts increased significantly. So earlier the park received only 17 million rubles from the republican budget per year, and now 139 billion 807mln and 592 thousand rubles from the federal treasury. The territory passed the introduction of the Federal Ministry of Natural Resources.