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Chukotka symbol chosen for “Alley of Russia” in Sevastopol
In the Chukotka Autonomous Region, the Internet voting was completed within the framework of the All-Russian rally “Alley of Russia”, in which all the subjects of the Russian Federation participate. The aim of the project is to create a park zone in Sevastopol, including one plant from each region of the country. According to Olga Safonova, Chairperson of the Committee for Environmental Management and Environmental Protection of the Department of Agricultural Policy and Environmental Management of the Chukotka Autonomous Region, the golden rhododendron became the leader in the region. He scored 550 votes, which is 39% of the total number of respondents.
The top three also included cloudberry and cedar clover, for which 312 and 279 people voted, respectively. Also residents gave 130 votes for the dwarf birch and 116 - for the Chukchi bell. In general, more than 1 400 people took part in the online poll, - said Olga Safonova and noted that for today the All-Russian Organizing Committee of the action continues to collect data from all regions of Russia.
Currently, the regional organizing committee of the action is considering the safe delivery of golden rhododendron to Sevastopol. It is expected that the solemn disembarkation of the "green symbols" representing 85 regions of the country will be held on 21 September. Prior to the grand opening of the "Alley of Russia", which is planned for 9 May 2015 year, the plants will take root in a new place and grow stronger.
We add that the action is carried out by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology of the Russian Federation in conjunction with the Environmental Protection Fund "Nature" with full support of the executive authorities of the subjects of the Russian Federation, national-oriented businesses and public associations.