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Dubrava Ecopark Opened in Novorossiysk

Dubrava Ecopark was opened in Novorossiysk on 13 December 2022. Mukhail Grishankov, CPC Deputy General Director, RF Government Relations, Novorossiysk Mayor Andrey Kravchenko and the city residents participated in the ceremony. This project is an important component of CPC Program “Protect Nature of Our Native Land”, which the Consortium implements in all Regions of its presence.

Caspian Pipeline Consortium allocated an amount of almost 24 million rubles to the project for development of the territory between general secondary school No. 28 and the Kuban House of Culture.

The Administration of the hero-city, which is actively developing, also as an industrial cluster, receives many letters from Novorossiysk residents with requests to preserve and create new green areas. Dubrava Ecopark, built on the site of the former spontaneous parking of cars, will provide citizens with comfortable conditions for recreation in nature. The park is planted with coniferous and deciduous trees and shrubs, including oaks, pines, cypresses, junipers, etc. The project also includes landscaped pedestrian paths, small architectural forms and installations. The park is equipped with automatic watering and lighting systems.

As a reminder: in 2018, CPC implemented the charitable project to restore the municipal budget institution "Kuban House of Culture ", and in 2021 gave it a modern stationary video equipment for the auditorium worth 153 thousand rubles. The territory adjacent to the Kuban House of Culture was also developed.