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Moscow inventor implements innovative projects on the "Far Eastern hectare" in Primorye

The project to create a unique production of modern apiary equipment is being implemented in the Shkotovsky district of Primorsky Krai by the recipient of the “Far Eastern hectare” Alexander Yachmenev. The inventor moved from Moscow to a permanent residence in Primorye and today intends to turn the region into a center of Far Eastern beekeeping and bring local honey to the world market. The first step towards achieving this goal has already been taken - Alexander launched the production of bee hives from innovative materials.

For the sake of the “on a hectare” project, Alexander Yachmenev and his wife left life in the capital and in 2018 took up a new business in another part of the country - in the coastal village of Tsentralnoye.

“During the construction of the Olympic facilities in Sochi, I worked as an engineer at large construction sites, but after the Games I realized that the south is not mine,” says Alexander. - I lived in Novosibirsk, in Lipetsk, Voronezh - I didn’t like it, my wife and I are selective in the climate. We arrived in Primorye, and realized that it was perfect here: taiga, sea, fields. ”

Specialization engineer Yachmenev are geocupola. A geodesic dome is a spherical architectural structure assembled from rods forming a geodesic structure, due to which the structure has good load-bearing qualities. Alexander Yachmenev is the inventor of the "Yachmenev connector" - the original joining structure of beams, which is successfully used in the construction of geo-domes, and at the same time 10 times cheaper than analogues. Alexander has already built two such domes in the village of Central. One of them housed a workshop where the inventor is engaged in the creation of a new generation of beehives.

“In a workshop on a milling machine, I cut metal and process wood,” says Alexander. - The first form is already ready - a metal box for pouring polyurethane foam. Of these ready-made blocks, beehives will be mounted. These designs are cheaper to manufacture, they are not afraid of moisture, fungus does not start in them. Wife Olga with me masters the production. She is a fashion seamstress by profession, and now she is modeling a new seaside reality. ”

New residents of Primorye already have a business plan. The Yachmenevs intend to switch from hives to the production of climate-controlled pavilions for nomad apiaries. Alexander intends to make honey production in Primorye simple, affordable and organized.

“We need to unite beekeepers, create cooperation of 200-300 apiaries, because the goals that we set for ourselves cannot be achieved alone. And our goal is this: 600 tons of honey for export every year. We plan to supply 100 hives on our site. If necessary, I will look for investors, I am for responsible development of hectares and the right attitude to the program. ”

According to the Agency for the Development of Human Capital in the Far East, Primorsky Krai holds the regional leadership in the number of allocated plots under the Far Eastern Hectare program. To date, 15396 gratuitous use agreements have been concluded in this subject of the Far Eastern Federal District. For recipients of “Far Eastern hectares” in the Territory, 24 state support measures are available , which can be found on the website of the Agency for the Development of Human Capital in the Far East . To date, the amount of assistance provided to participants in the state program “Far Eastern Hectare” in the Primorsky Territory amounted to almost 49 million rubles.

Information provided by the press service of the Agency for the Development of Human Capital in the Far East




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