Territorial planning is an essential tool within the Mosaic project. Javier Corbacho is responsible for offering quantitative and qualitative data, which allow visualizing the degree of reality that the Mosaico project is acquiring.
Living in Acebo is a municipal initiative to find new settlers, to recover their abandoned fields and to give the people a future and reality. A project that was born after more than 80% of its territory burned in 2015.
A Mosaic Network has been set up, made up of the people who are joining with their forestry, agrarian and livestock initiatives to this common project.
The mosaic project so that it becomes a reality, also needs the participation of the town councils. In this report we approach the proposal that Hernán Pérez proposes for his territory.
There are many ways to contribute to forming a mosaic landscape, to transform our mountains into a safer and more beautiful fire space, to give them life and productivity. With this report we give testimony of a family that with effort and determination, are recovering 15 totally abandoned hectares, opening the fields of weeds, rescuing..
We have visited the Hurdes and taken for the TV channel of the mosaic project, a first contact with the realities of the place. We advise listening to the testimony of a Hurdano goatherd, who, in addition to showing us the characteristic common sense of the people in the field, explains in the realistic terms..
People from more than 30 countries around the world have come to our region to work in the areas devastated by the fire last year. An initiative that has already worked on 500 hectares and which plans to continue for next year.
In this video we have the consequences and factors that conspired to unleash the fire of the fateful day of August 6, 2015. In a second part, we briefly introduce the region, with the features that make up the landscape and culture of the Sierra de Gata. In a third chapter, we review the movement..
Fernando Pulido is the technical coordinator of the Mosaico project for Sierra de Gata and Hurdes. In this interview, he tells us what this project consists of, what it brings as a novelty to the forestry practice that has been carried out so far, and how it is going to work in the territory. His..
We have talked in this interview, with the Minister of Environment and Rural, Agrarian Policies and Territory, Begoña García Bernal of the Junta de Extremadura. His thoughts on the causes that cause fires like the one of August 6 in the Sierra de Gata are loaded with common sense. Without understanding the complex mechanisms that..