Adecocir use Navasfrias territory and region


Within awareness actions promoted by the Association for the Development of the Region, Adecocir, and aimed at the recovery of the territory, the pastureland will occupy a prominent place.

At the beginning of next month, probably coinciding with the May Fair is organized from the city of Ciudad Rodrigo, It will develop a conference on the pastureland whose objective is "its value, not only from the legislation it offers the CAP, but through the management of resource exploitation such as tourism or beekeeping, es decir, a range of different possibilities to existing ", explains one of the technicians of Local Action Group, Maria Angeles Hernandez.

De facto, Adecocir makers have already held meetings with owners in the area to discuss how they could harness the tourist use of these pastures, above all, thinking of montanera, the time when the pigs are in the field eating acorn. The intention is that the owners of rangelands seek complementary options to existing applications, as loggers and ranchers.

The aim of Adecocir is to create channels for employment is generated and in recent months have also been held another series of meetings in the area of ​​Arribes del Águeda, in towns like La Bouza, Puerto Seguro or Villar de Ciervo, in which recovery is sought territory trying to put milk production in value by creating a cheese factory, or through the maintenance of olive or almond, in many cases, and abandoned.

After talking to people who are in the territory, the next step is that these people also see the options available in the area and know that if they want to create a project, Adecocir, through program LEADERCAL, opens lines to subsidize various initiatives. And total, in the Castilian and Leonese Community there 44 Local Action Groups and Adecocir receive for the period 2014-2020 nearly three million euros to develop the program, so their interest is that that money materializes in some of the projects that have previously worked.

Moment, will have to wait for the call to open to see if that seed has permeated that has been tried and sow from Adecocir, according to Hernandez, "In recovery issues vineyards yes we have noticed that there may be some initiative '. In the month of August will be organized a new conference, fuller, on recovery of these crops as there are many people living outside and owns these vineyards, olive and almond trees.

For the vineyard, the ideal situation would be to create a winery but an idea that particular cove is the enhancement of aguardiente, a product very appreciated in the area, but who is given a totally domestic output at present.

In the area of ​​Agueda Arribes are a "ballast" is added and which is "not have direct communication with towns like Ahigal of Aceiteros or San Felices de los Gallegos, points out that could be derived many of the products that are grown in the area, such as olives', Hernandez says.

This situation causes the most direct way out for both sheep milk, olives almonds or, are the closest areas of Portugal.

Siega Verde

Por último, another section that can be highlighted in relation to the work of Local Action Group in the region of Ciudad Rodrigo is directly related to the management of the reservoir rock art Siega Verde.

few dates ago a conference in the Palace of the Eagle Hernandez describes as "a success" were held as, por un lado, They served to generate a "great wealth" with the assistance of 100 people Spain, France or Portugal. Por otra parte, those days were able to address the training of guides such deposits, "Something that until now had never been addressed in this way".

As the site of Siega Verde itself refers, the number of visits has been rising in recent times but very slowly. Schoolchildren are one of the population groups most frequently are working.

Right now, nine people from the towns of El Payo, Robleda and Navasfrías, El Rebollar, benefit from another joint program promoted by Adecocir and city councils of those municipalities and to which they have called 'Forestry operations in El Rebollar'.

The program will be extended for nine months and in the words of Maria Angeles Hernandez, "It is a hit with young people". The program is funded through a contribution of the Castilla and Leon almost 75.000 euro and participating students are being trained in the resinate or gathering wild fruits, fungi or pinions.

The program uses municipal property in the area, such as forests.



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