In the past weekend, 2nd and 3rd April, the Association Aldeia organized its V Journeys of Conservation Biology, this year dedicated to forests.
In Anadia, dozens of participants attended the lectures given by researchers and technicians, who addressed various topics within the conservation of forest resources. Control of exotic species, forest management and certification, land use and fires, were among the topics presented and discussed by a very interested audience.
The Project Sustainable Laurel was present with a presentation about some of the actions and achievements of the projects that have been developed in recent years in San Miguel for the recovery of the Laurel Forest, which besides being the natural forest of the Azores, is also essential habitat for Priolo, an endemic bird of this island.
Our congratulations and thanks to the organization of the Aldeia and wishes for success in their future activities.