National Public Radio reports on Pavlovsk

It is very refreshing to see some real reporting on the situation around Pavlovsk Experiment Station. National Public Radio in the US today airs a story by reporter David Greene that goes a little beyond the recycling we have seen so much of. He explains, for example, how the gardens at Pavlovsk can look abandoned and yet remain vitally important. He also talks to scientists and locals.

One thing I don’t get. Greene writes:

Barring action by the Kremlin, the first land auction could take place as soon as Sept. 23.

But when will we know the results of either the scrutiny ordered by President Medvedev or the appeal to the Supreme Arbitration Court?

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