9147108089 Director - Irina Maslova
9147109096 Chief Accountant - Olga A. Gulaya
9149700836 deputy. Director for General Affairs - Varfolomeev Alex E.
The reserve " Cedar Pad " - One of the first officially organized reserves in Russia. A prerequisite for its creation was the ruthless destruction of unique forest resources Primorye, intensified after the construction at the beginning of the XX century. Trans-Siberian railway and the growing role of Vladivostok as a trade port. The intensive development of the Ussuri region was accompanied by indiscriminate logging, forest fires, uncontrolled hunting. In 1908, the region had created the first forest reserves, one of which - in Posiet forestry - covered swimming pool and Cedar River.
In 1910, on the west bank of the Amur Bay organized Slavic Forestry, to which was referred the present territory of the reserve and & ldquo; Cedar Pad & rdquo ;. The Forest Inventory Report 1912 emphasized that the great forests of fir black (integrifolia), Korean pine, linden, Amur, Manchurian ash, Amur velvet, valley elm, birch, iron and many other trees and shrubs, and vines are well preserved in the upper part Basin
In October 1916, the organization of the reserve, essentially with the status of a modern reserve (categorical prohibition of all forms of economic use), was successfully completed.
In 1924, the Far Eastern Revolutionary Council approved the status of the reserve as an independent institution designed to deal not only with conservation, but also in research work.
In 1930, the reserve was taken out of forest management bodies and subordinated Far Eastern Research Institute of Forestry and Forest Industry in Khabarovsk, from 1932 to 1933 is included in Dalintegralohotsoyuza and 1933 - 1934. was administered Dalzagotpushniny. In 1934, at the direction of the Presidium of the Central Executive Committee and SNK RSFSR reserve was transferred to the regional budget, and the methodological guide research work there was entrusted to the Far Eastern branch of the USSR Academy of Sciences.
Since 1964 Reserve joined the Biology and Soil Institute of the Far Eastern Scientific Center, USSR Academy of Sciences (now the Russian Academy of Sciences Far East Branch).
December 2, 2004 by UNESCO reserve " Cedar Pad " given the status of Biosphere.
September 1, 2006 Reserve «Cedar Pad» He resigned from the BPI, FEB RAS, and received the status of an independent legal entity.
State Nature Reserve «Cedar Pad» FEB RAS is located in the Khasan district of Primorye Territory. The office is located on the reserve. Around the protected complex remote from 2 to 5 km. Villages located: Seaside, Perevoznaya, Cedar, Bezverkhova, Barabash.
The reserve was established for the preservation and study of natural systems liana deciduous and mixed forests with hornbeam and black fir-broad-leaved forests of southwest Primorye to protect and restore the populations living in these rare species of animals and plants.
The fauna is represented in the reserve is very bright. The brightest representative of animals Reserve - Far Eastern leopard. The reserve is able to provide shelter for two adult females with offspring and one male. «Cedar Pad» It remains the only reserve where are protected rare species of insects such as the marshmallow excellent, beetle beetle Jankowski, Apis cerana, and others.
The relief of the reserve is formed by two major mountain ranges - Gakkelevskaya and Suhorechensky representing the extreme north-eastern foothills of the Black Mountains (Changbai), the main tracts of which are in China and Korea.
The length of the main typical mountain river cedar within the reserve is about 15 km. The largest number of tributaries originating from Suhorechenskogo ridge flows into the forest. The largest of them Goraysky, First and Second Golden, wild boars, Dry Podkrestovy, wood. On the left bank there are only two major tributaries - the key deer and Bertnikova. On the southern and western slopes of the ridge running down Suhorechenskogo small rivers and keys, or are tributaries of the Narva River, or directly flowing into the Amur Bay. The most important of these are dry river and keys Large and Small Golden Corner and Big Michaelis. Keys Gakkelevskaya and lime are tributaries of the river Barabashevka.