Production of biodiversity is the best way to preserve our fauna and flora and, at the same time, an economic resource for the rural sites.

The richer is a habitat with local and protected species, the higher is its biological value. This is a real value as most of our society enjoys our natural heritage. This production together with compatible activities like the ecotourism, sport, cultural and educational activities benefit the environment where it takes place, develops an alternative economic resource, manages our forests in a healthy and sustainable way and finally and awareness the society to preserve the rural and natural sites.

There are many initiatives that are involved on the spice protection both animal and vegetable, despite all their efforts, what those spices need is an habitat where to stay and live. Most of our woods are private lands and belong to the rural environment, and they run agricultural activities on it.

A responsible management is linked to the environment in which it develops, for this, the production of biodiversity must be a good alternative to these forest owners deciding to keep them as natural habitats.


- You can start with little investment, leveraging existing infrastructure

  (hotels, museums, entertainment, forests, etc...) and allows to   

  grow at the same time as demand does.

- Doesn’t alter the traditional trades.


- Generates job opportunities and offers economic performance of


- Stimulates the local economies and preserves the natural habitats at 

   the same time. 

The acceptance by society of these initiatives will bring good results.


Performing this activity responsibly in natural areas:


- Conserves the environment and

  improves the quality of life in rural


- Builds awareness in society about  

  cultural and environmental care.


- Providing positive experiences for     both visitors to the countryside.


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