Irkutsk, Russia (PRWEB) August 14, 2006
Starting this August, at http://www.adoptree.com, you can have a tree planted near Lake Baikal in Siberia and then receive regular updates on its growth. This new enterprise provides fruitful experience for people of all ages worldwide who love nature, innovation, and fun. Adoptree.com is a project pursued by a group of creative individuals from Siberia -- graduates of Irkutsk State University.
The idea is to create a global Adoptree.com community involved in creation and development of international parks in all parts of the world. Their first spot is Lake Baikal, which is known for having the cleanest water and is the deepest lake in the world.
A visitor of the website first chooses a tree of the local flora. The tree might be even the one from The Red Book. Botanists then plant it on the territory of Lake Baikal resorts and set a named plaque nearby. The designated person receives a certificate by snail mail and regular reports and photos by e-mail. He or she may visit the tree someday and enjoy extra items and services, provided by adoptree.com.
Dmitry Germanov, the leader of adoptree.com project, says, “What we actually want is simply to help people be closer to amazing natural places worldwide, and provide them with up-to-date tools for favourable environment development and change. Tree planting is a true care of nature and unique online experience as well!”
Adoptree.com’s aim is a global project offering ecological, educational, and thrilling adventure for the community via perpetual innovation, growth, and relationship building.
About Exotic-City LTD:
The company pursuing Adoptree.com was founded by a group of creative students and their instructor in e-commerce. Started as a coursework project, it has since become their primary business and concern.
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