373m3 of Birch, Spruce, and Alder timber harvested illegally in Kishitano

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November 13, 2020 - Yaroslavl, Russia

A man has been charged with illegal logging of 373.89 cubic meters of Birch, Spruce, and Alder timber in the village of Kishatino. The damage from the illegal harvest of the timber is estimated to be worth about US$ 34,000.

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373m3 of Birch, Spruce, and Alder timber harvested illegally in Kishitano

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