HARVESTING SEEDS AND FRUITS IN THE DUNE ENVIRONMENT
24th NOVEMBER 2020 – Dune area REAL DE ZARAGOZA > between the beach Restaurants Sylt and Las Mimosas.
Collection of seeds of the wonderful Sea daffodil (Pancratium maritimum) and dune conservation
Every week we will be in a different dune area, depending, of course, on the ripeness of the seeds. These will then be sent to a company in Cordoba where they will be selected and treated. Later they will be reintroduced into the dune areas that have been degraded. This is how we will help create new and beautiful biodiversity.
This working together will teach those taking part how to develop good dune conservation. They will remove invasive alien species by hand so that these do not flourish and edge out the native dune vegetation.
All our activities with Fundatul are aimed at preparing the participants for a possible start in a working life.
Date: 24th November 2020
Time: From 10:00 to 13:00
Where: Dune area REAL DE ZARAGOZA > between the beach Restaurants Sylt and Las Mimosas
Meeting point: beside the beach Restaurant Sylt (click on the photo to get directions)
To register as volunteer, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, to email@example.com or send a WhatsAPp to 661 026 444
PROGRAM: Collection of Sea Daffodil (Pancratium maritimum) seeds and dune conservation
A walk through the dune and along the beach areas to get to know the dune system
We will walk through the dune and along the beach to get to know the dune system
– 60 minutes to collect the seeds of the Sea Daffodil (Pancratium maritimum)
– 30 minutes for a short break / snack for the Fundatul participants
– 60 minutes to teach everyone how to handle the working tools and carry out a manual clearing of Invasive Alien Species (IAS).
– Wear comfortable clothing
– Laced/Velcro footwear > trainers or walking shoes
– We recommend taking head covering with you – it could get sunny
– Take a small bottle of drinking water and a snack with you
ProDunas will supply gardening gloves.
The Delegation for the Environment will supply: buckets, tools and bags for the disposal of any IAS we dig out
Closing of the day’s work :
We will finish at 1:00 p.m.
Volunteers are welcome. They do not have to hold to the fixed schedule.
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Asociación ProDunas Marbella
The Association works tirelessly for the defence and preservation of the unique ecosystems that survive in the natural sand dune environments in the Province of Málaga; promotes the protection of native flora and small wildlife; promotes recovery, rehabilitation and conservation of interesting biodiversity of sand dunes areas in the municipality of Marbella.