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Until the end of October in the capital will drop more than 6.4 thousands of trees and more than 546 thousand shrubs.

23 September in the capital started fall stage of the campaign “one Million trees”. In Moscow courtyards planted more than 6.4 thousands of trees and more than 546 thousand shrubs.

So, 2200 130 612 trees and shrubs will appear on the 1275 yards at the request of district councils of the capital. 2801 741 25 tree and shrub will be planted in the subprogramme “Hole in hole” at 250 locations.

Still 1430 835 39 trees and shrubs will appear in the territories 207 social facilities. And in 1106 yards 350 176 planned planting shrubs in the hedge.

The autumn phase of the programme will be completed in late October.

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The campaign “one Million trees” began in the fall of 2013. Since that time, the city has planted more than 2.5 million trees and shrubs and planted more than 20 thousand households.

To participate in the program and residents. First, applications for planting were taken only after the Council, but in 2014 the Muscovites have the opportunity to Express their opinion in the project Active citizen. There, citizens can vote for the landscaping of the yard and to choose trees and shrubs that would like to see near the house.

In 2015 the campaign began to plant trees and shrubs in areas of schools, hospitals, hospitals and other social facilities. There was also the routine “Hole in the hole” (planting trees in place of the lost).

Last spring the campaign, a Million trees were planted over seven thousand trees and more than 235 thousand bushes.

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