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Life Terra visits Finca Alía

Last May 27th and 28th, the Life Terra team visited Finca Alía, the biggest planting site in the South of Spain, in Alía, Extremadura.

Life Terra is carrying out its largest carbon sequestration credit project to restore a deforested 38ha area with more than 60,000 trees of 19 different native species.

This project will not only help to improve biodiversity in the flora but will also help to create a better habitat for one of the most emblematic species of the Iberian Peninsula and one of the most endangered on the planet: the lynx.

The team filmed the area to create dissemination videos to help promote the project among interested stakeholders.

They also took the opportunity to monitor the trees previously planted. We were really happy to see that the trees are thriving and the survival rate is high.

Projects such as Finca Alía are essential to create ecosystems that are more resilient to the effects of climate change and, at the same time, promote the development of the rural community.