The Natural Heritage Foundation Castilla y León sum so far invested 2,9 million euros in the province of Salamanca for conservation actions, improvement, accessibility and dissemination Environment
The Natural Heritage Foundation Castilla y León sum so far invested 2,9 million euros in the province of Salamanca for conservation actions, improvement, accessibility and dissemination Environment.
This follows from the data provided by the Deputy Prime and Minister of the Environment, María Jesús Ruiz, who has made today a visit to the towns of El Cabaco and La Alberca.
The first stop was in the future Thematic Center Hunters Reserve Batuecas – Sierra de France, located in the Salamanca town of El Cabaco, and then, Casa del Parque in Batuecas, He took stock of the actions undertaken by the Foundation.
The new Topic Center Hunters Reserve Batuecas – Sierra de France will have a budget of 725.000 euros and will have three areas of use: Administrative, Preparation hunters and receiving parts.
Also, the minister has referred to other activities of the Foundation, in collaboration with private investors, the adequacy of viewpoints and trails in the Natural Park of Las Batuecas-Sierra de France. Investment in these works has been 186.542 euros and they have been financed by Iberdrola Renovables.
They have also adapted 1,6 kilometers of trail called the 'Brown Centenarians', in which it is arranged a picnic area adapted, pavement accessible to wheelchairs, gateway facility to save slope with viewpoint towards the Peña de France, adaptation of rest areas along the route and installation of interpretive panels and fencing.
The performance in the 'ancient chestnut trees’ is a work funded thanks to the collaboration agreement that the Natural Heritage Foundation and the Social Work 'La Caixa’ they have subscribed. The budget for this work has been 219.528 euros.
Thanks to funding 75.000 Iberdrola Renewable Energies euros will proceed to the renewal of the recreational areas of the municipalities of Navasfrías, Fuenteguinaldo, El Payo, Peñaparda y Villasrubias.
Also, La Alberca have a 'Tree Adventure Park', which it is scheduled to operate next summer. It is an enclosed and controlled, where participants can perform various recreational and sports circuits of increasing difficulty, in “close contact” with the environment.
The investment amounts to Adventure Park 300.000 euros and is funded by the Natural Heritage Foundation and the Ministry of Environment, Rural and Marine Affairs.
Finalmente, with an investment of 500.000 euros, the minister has indicated that the Natural Heritage Foundation of Castilla y Leon is working in Public Management Project Using Valla Batuecas- European Charter for Sustainable Tourism.
In this project are integrated 26 actions which 20 “already running”. Some with regulating access and parking construction in the vicinity of the Desert Monastery of San José Carmelitano, an accessible and pedestrian path, footbridges and improvements in the area.