Friday, 19 February 2010

Cala Mondrago nature reserve benefits from tree project

Mondrago Nature Reserve to benefit from tree planting project

The Mondrago Mallorca National Park is to benefit from a joint project between the Environment and Transport Minister (Gabriel Vicens) and Guillem Aulet (the head of private banking group La Caixa), to finance planting of trees on five separate tracts of land.

The plan is to plant about 600 trees, including almond, carob and fig, on public land in the Mondragó nature reserve as part of a scheme to recover the park’s agricultural heritage.

The scheme is just one of many organised by the joint venture to improve and conserve natural areas of the Balearic Islands, the planting work is to be carried out by long-term unemployed.

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