Zamora school students participate in the environmental workshops of The Red Eléctrica Forest ‘La Carballeda’

The workshops are being held this week in Espadañedo and will have the participation of 150 students from five schools in the region.

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Over twenty primary school students of the Ferreras de Abajo school yesterday visited the Red Eléctrica Forest ‘La Carballeda’ in Espadañedo (Zamora) to learn about the forest restoration work of the Monte Arriba public highlands and planted pine trees as a symbolic activity.

Previously they participated in the workshops "Yo planto mi tierra", an educational activity associated with the Red Eléctrica Forest project which aims to raise awareness of native tree species, integrate citizens in reforestation work and raise awareness about the importance of the conservation of forest areas.

The workshops are being held this week in Espadañedo and will have the participation of 150 students from five schools in the region.

The Red Eléctrica Forest project has enabled the reforestation of 55 hectares of the Monte Arriba highlands affected by forest fires in the region of La Carballeda through the planting of pine trees, a native tree species, favouring the recovery of flora and fauna in the region.