• Kenozero National Park got approved as a model territory for the implementation of the BBI-Matra project (Holland) of the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Assessing the possibility of market use of non-timber forest resources as an alternative income source for people living in or near specially protected natural territories in the North-West of Russia.
  • Whn restoration work was completed within the framework of Russian-Norwegian cooperation, the chapel of John the Baptist of the 19th century was consecrated in Gorbachikha village.
  • The mill complex on Levusozero began to operate.
  • Carpenters of the Park restored the chapel of St. George the Victorious of the 19th century and proceeded to the restoration of the chapel of the Kazan Mother of God of the XIX century  in Minino village.
  • Conservation volunteers from Moscow performed conservation work at the chapel of Diodorus Yuregorsky of the 18th century in Tyr-Navolok village.
  • After restoration work, the old peasant house in the village of Krivtsovo received the first guests.