In September of 2018, the initial two years of the agreement for the execution of the Mosaic Project have been completed. While waiting for the continuation in a Mosaic 2, it is time to take stock, point out the achievements and failures and mark the priorities for the new agreement.
The University coordinates a LIFE project that will work on three farms: in Hoyos, Valverde and Moraleja. This project fully converges with the interests of the Mosaic project and is already generating its own network of collaborators, who will benefit from the proposed objectives of prevention against climate change, and the strengthening of productive activities..
In this month of August of 2017, a year ago the Mosaic project began to develop. In this report we review the work done and draw some reflections for the following year.
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.
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.
We have followed Javier Navalpotro, a forestry technician, during a working day. In the video, he tells us, firsthand, what his work consists of and how it affects the global mosaic strategy. Listening to their testimony, forest owners or municipal managers with forests under their charge, may know better how to benefit from this service.
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.
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..
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..