The fires on Mtatsminda slope appeared on August 8. Working on restoration of the sloping slope started on the 9th of August.
The National Botanical Gardens of Georgia prepared a m2 order with a detailed description of how to restore and eradicate the disruption of 2 hectares of land. Tender documents have been finalized after working with Tbilisi City Hall, environmental organizations and experts.
On the Mtatsminda slope, 3000 trees will be planted on more than 20 000 sq.m. The aim of the project is to create biodiversity and self-sustaining environment. On the slopes, trees will be planted terraced and presented as coniferous and leafy crops.