Extensive livestock: solution to fires, food and employment
- conferences and workshops
- Extense livestock farming
- flocks of fire
This ramat d'ovelles de Jafre is a member of 'Ramats de foc', a project to prevent fires and promote responsible consumption by mitjà of an office so anti-pasture. The Pau Costa Foundation is the coordinator of this prova pilot that is also developing Verges, Colomers and Vilopriu.
The idea of the Pau Costa Foundation goes more than that, because it is put in contact with ramaders, carnisseries and restaurateurs to promote and sell carnations and animal lactics that are passed on at these events.
Wildfires can have a devastating impact, destroying land, homes and lives. Scientists say that as the planet gets warmer, they are only going to start more often.
Last June the forest fire devastated 253 hectares in the municipality of Perelló (Baix Ebre, Tarragona). A month and a half later, the burned area is visited to analyze the efficacy of silvicultural treatments on the observed behavior of the fire.
The COAMB Training School and the Pau Costa Foundation organize a 10-hour course on fire prevention.
XNUMXst century FireShepherds Shepherds: Erasmus + project, FireShepherds, combines silvopastoralism and forest fire management The Pau Costa Foundation coordinates an Erasmus + project that combines silvopastoralism with forest fire management.
Much of Europe was scorched this summer, with numerous forest fires breaking out and in Spain goats and sheep are helping to fight the blazes - one nibble at a time.
This Spanish fire brigade is fighting fire with goats.
Over the summer, Europe has been scorched by wildfires, fueled by hot temperatures, high winds and poorly managed forest and scrubland.
The Pau Costa Foundation, specialized in fire ecology, has been leading for several years a profound change in society's perception of fire through the dissemination of knowledge in fire ecology and forest fire management.