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What we do

Our current and completed projects


Current projects

Cyanobacterial "bloom"

Baltic Fund for Nature and the Institute of Lake Science of the Russian Academy of Sciences are conducting experiments on the use of algaecide in order to prevent the water "blooming"

Video tours about nature

Watch a short course of video tours about the nature of St. Petersburg. We have recorded educational videos with ornithologists, botanists and entomologists

Baltic region nature

Explore the nature of the Baltic region with us using the iNaturalist app

Planned reserve "River Obla"

One of the main goals of our work is to promote the study and conservation of biological diversity

Ecological Guidelines for Consumers of Fish Products

The guide gives advice to consumers for environmentally responsible seafood choices

Farmer of the Year

An annual competition among farmers in the Baltic region who use environmentally friendly technologies based on the principles of sustainable development


Completed projects

Sea and nets, fisherman and the seals

The project is being implemented using a grant from the President of the Russian Federation for the development of civil society provided by the Presidential Grants Fund

Vuoksa without nets

Project informs the public about fishing rules in Vuoksa, the danger of ghost nets and the search for abandoned fishing nets



The sustainable use of marine resources is of paramount importance to achieve good ecological status (GES) in European seas and at the same time to protect the growth of coastal settlements

Мой Кругальский

My Kurgalsky

Implemented with the support of Nord Stream 2 AG and the Natural Resources Committee of the Leningrad Region

Образование и просвещения

Education and enlightenment

The main principles of our work in this direction are information, education and partnership


The project is aimed at coordinated science-based steps towards sustainable coexistence of seals and humans

River goes - life goes

The project is aimed at studying the natural systems of the Vuoksa River and its adjacent territories from the Russian and Finnish side

Сети для жизни

Ghost nets

Abandoned nets have a significant impact on the Baltic Sea ecosystem and are also directly dangerous for the development of coastal fisheries



The program is aimed at promoting the solution of environmental issues in coastal areas. Four Russian regions participate in the program - St. Petersburg, Leningrad, Murmansk and Kaliningrad regions

Совы белых ночей

Owls of white nights

In 2017, with the support of the Presidential Grants Fund, we implemented the Owls of the White Nights project, the main goals of which were to maintain natural populations of typical owl species in the landscape parks of St. Petersburg