Yesterday the Life Terra team carried out a planting event in the schoolyard of the high school IES Alonso Quijano with the collaboration of "1 Million Trees for Climate Change" from Alcalá de Henares.
More than 120 first-year students and the school eco-delegates took part in the planting of about 200 trees and shrubs. The aim of this activity was not only to create a green barrier around the perimeter of the yard, but also to provide shelter and food for urban fauna, especially birds.
Among the species, we can highlight the hawthorn, blackthorn, elderberry, hackberry and mastic. A wonderful morning where the students learned how to care for and promote local fauna and the importance of green areas in urban environments as well as how to care for trees.
Keep up the good work!
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