The abandonment of agricultural activities has become more intense in mountain areas. This abandonment increases the combustible material that proliferates without management. Agriculture can be an active tool for the prevention of fires, for several reasons: in principle by investing abandonment and by recovering productive agricultural spaces in abandoned forests, to transform productive areas into firebreaks, with plantations that are more resilient to fire. Finally, because agriculture is an essential part of an integrated management of natural spaces. On this website we will see useful testimonials and information on progress.