We have a new technician for this phase of Mosaico, Enrique. He will be involve with the “Forest Tool”
We interviewed the technician Beatriz Luca. She talks about the new proposal “Banco de Tierras”.
We approached to interview the Head of Prevention and Fire Fighting Service of Cáceres, so that he values the work and methodology of the Mosaic project.
In Pinofranqueado, different actors of the territory met, to expose a shared concern and that is becoming the great brake to implement the Mosaic project. It is the labyrinth of the administration itself, with laws not designed to fight against large fires, nor to provide solutions to the serious problem of the demographic death of..
We have not approached several real projects and that are contributing to form a landscape in mosaic. With these testimonies we want to highlight that it is possible to work to transform our forests into a safer territory and a source of resources against depopulation.
About two years ago, a proposal from the Villamiel Barrens Association came to the Mosaico project. Requesting a study that would allow the transformation of 50 hectares in a state of abandonment into a productive mountain and better defended for fires. From this meeting we give testimony in the video: vimeo.com/223572793. Now, the projected works..
The Hurdana goat is disappearing, there are only a few left alive. The Mosaico project, together with the Mosaic Association and the Provincial Council, have collected the last existing specimens and placed them in the hands of Antonio Mateo, a pastor who has recently settled in Pinofranqueado. The challenge is to save this variety of..
Carlos Perez, researcher at UNEX, introduces us to the economic possibilities of aromatics in the regions of the Mosaico project.
We approach the project with Laura Romera aromatic plants, with a long experience in the world of aromatherapy, and with field trials with varieties of plants.
La Jara is a viable possibility to start an endeavor in the region. Carlos Pérez is currently doing a thesis on this plant, which grows abundantly in our mountains.