Agriculture Ministry says forest recovery to cost NIS 30m.

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December 15, 2010 18:46

 
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The Agriculture Ministry on Wednesday announced the results of survey of the ecological damage and the costs to rehabilitate the nation's greenery that was damaged by the Carmel fires, estimating a total bill of NIS 30m. for the recovery effort.

The cost includes improves programs to help improve the health of trees that survived the fire as well as cutting down burnt trees and those whose precarious positions endanger the public.

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