Marathon “Green light for Red fish!”


The marathon will unite all organizations that are interested in salmon conservation.
This is a very symbolic project. A flock of plush fish in September 2019 will starts from the city of Nikolaevsk-on-Amur, from the Amur estuary and then goes upstream to the spawning grounds. We and our partners will meet fish at every stop.

Representatives of Student nature protection brigades, NGOs and Protected areas carry toys by car for the next destination, and then the another participants continue their journey with fishes in accordance with the scheme. Organizations which will receive guests have to prepare an event about salmon and their problems.

The marathon will pass through the cities of Nikolaevsk-on-Amur, Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Amur, Birobidzhan, Blagoveshchensk, Khabarovsk, Luchegorsk, Ussuriysk, the village of Troitskoe and Roshchino.

Марафон объединит все заинтересованные в сохранении лосося организации.
Это очень символичный проект. Стая плюшевых рыб в сентябре 2019 года стартует из г. Николаевск-на-Амуре, из лимана Амура и пойдет выше по течению до нерестилищ. Мы и наши партнеры будем встречать рыбу на каждой остановке.

Представители студенческих дружин охраны природы, НКО и ООПТ везут игрушки в следующий пункт назначения, и дальше следующие участники продолжают путь (наземным транспортом) с рыбами дальше в соответствии со схемой. Те организации, кто принимает гостей, готовят программу по лососю, посвящённую встрече рыб, идущих на нерест и проблемам лососей.

Марафон пройдет через города Николаевск-на-Амуре, Комсомольск-на-Амуре, Амурск, Биробиджан, Благовещенск, Хабаровск, Лучегорск, Уссурийск, села Троицкое и Рощино.


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