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Allotments in Gavia de Los Hormiga, PDR
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Radio Sintonia:

Gardeners collect the key to their orchards in the Gavia de Los Hormiga.

Since this Monday, the gardeners who benefit from the urban gardens located in the Gavia de Los Hormiga have been able to start their cultivation work after receiving their accreditation card and the keys to the gardens.



They received them in a ceremony held in the Plenary Hall of the Town Hall and was attended by the mayor of the capital, David de Vera, the Councilor for the Environment, Jenifer Pérez and the technical team of the area, who before the delivery transferred a series of recommendations to the beneficiaries.

De Vera explained that "the objective of this initiative is to try to value these urban gardens and that the residents have at their disposal that cultivation area in which to develop horticulture in the heart of Puerto del Rosario".

For her part, the Councilor for the Environment, Jenifer Pérez, encouraged those attending the event "to work in the orchards so that they become spaces in which our neighbors can work the land and obtain their own products, while acquiring knowledge about urban agriculture."

Urban gardens encourage sustainable development and traditional agriculture. A tool that favors intergenerational coexistence, creates healthy habits and increases the green spaces of Puerto del Rosario.
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