Cultural Heritage, Forests, Sustainable Agriculture & Land Stewardship

Along with the cliffs and oak groves that make up the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, our landscape has been primarily shaped by humans through agriculture: dry stone structures (the jewel of our cultural heritage and one of the Serra’s top assets), almond trees, vineyards, olive groves, orange trees in the Sóller Valley, and grain fields throughout the island help compose a stunning landscape. All of these elements originate in our agriculture, so protecting our landscape also involves preserving our agriculture, which needs local support to ensure its survival and also represents a value of sustainability in and of itself.

Landscape & Local Food

  • Carob Tree Project

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  • Creating Facilities for Local Ecological Agriculture

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  • Promoting the use of bioplastics in agriculture

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  • Reclaiming diversity

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