Our colleague Jennifer Moreno has participated in an Agroecology course organized by the Spanish Society of Ecological Agriculture. The program Diario del Campo of The 7 Region of Murcia has made a report of the course that you can see here (SEE VIDEO). Jennifer explains how they teach students how to perform a transplant and how an organic plantation is maintained. The course has been developed in the hamlet of Murcia Sucina.
Jennifer is a technician in charge of biodynamic agriculture at Bio Campo, one of the partners in Camposeven.
The course is part of the Agroecoinnova project within the framework of the Green Employment program of the Biodiversity Foundation, part of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Food and Environment. The course is co-financed by the European Social Fund and is intended for unemployed people who are interested in the organic farming sector and who want to work in this market that is booming.
An initiative that we applaud from Camposeven, a company committed to organic and biodynamic agriculture for more than a decade.