The second technical days of dissemination of the project Life Relict, for the preservation of continental Laurissilva relics, which includes the communities of adelfeiras (rhododendrons), takes place this Thursday, June 6, in Vale Largo, Fóia (Monchique).
This is a project that aims to learn to recognize the habitat, identify its conservation status, discover its tourist and scientific potential and learn management techniques.
The trainers will be Carlos Pinto Gomes and Catarina Meireles, from the University of Évora.
One of the aspects of this project will also be the creation, in Fóia, of a walkway and a signposted path so that the adelfeiras (rhododendrons) can be contemplated.
These days require prior registration and are limited to 25 participants. Applications can be made to email@example.com