Together with Plant for The Planet Spain, we visited our planting site in Tiana where we planted last season to take care of the trees and water them with the help of some volunteers.
Temperatures are rising in Spain and maintaining the trees is key to surviving their first summer. Volunteers replaced protectors where needed, adjusted tutors, and watered the trees that were more exposed to direct sunlight. In autumn, we will come again to monitor the trees and analyse the survival rate after the summer, usually dry in this region.
We finished the day with an activity of Nendo Dango, seed balls made of clay that people could throw in the forest or bring them home.
Thanks to everyone who participated in this sustainable team-building activity!