An experimental plot for demonstrating low-carbon wet agriculture opportunities was established on the territory of the Russian State Agrarian University –K.A. Timiryazev Agricultural Academy in Moscow in 2018–2019.
On March 5, 2019 a Round Table Conference on "Climate-Smart Agriculture in Wetlands and Peatlands: Prospects for Russia" was held at the Russian State Agrarian University - Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy.
The international conference on “Sustainable development of the peat industry in Russia: problems and prospects” was held at the Tver State Technical University from 17 to 19 September 2018, with support from the Restoring Peatlands in Russia Project.
The short film about the Project "Restoring Peatlands in Russia" was produced by the UN Climate change secretariat
Workshop on Paludiculture at Drained Peatlands after Restoration of Water Regime was held on the 28th of March 2018 at the Ugra National Park’s visitor […]
This leaflet contains some basic information about the project on Restoring Peatlands in Russia
Peat bog at Galitsky Mokh in the Tver Province exemplifies an area with ecological peatland restoration after years of neglect and degradation.
The Meschera Wetland Centre and a walking trail were established in the National Park in 2013. This educational centre became a member of the Wetland Link International network of wetland centers.
The Craneland education center on peatland conservation and restoration, incorporating a visitor centre (the Peatland Museum) and surrounding demonstration sites, nature trails and other facilities, was established in Moscow region
This film produced by Manfred van Eijk, Viverrafilms, deals with the environmental and social issues related to the drainage of peatlands in Central Russia