We work with over 60 farmers on more than 15,000 hectares to ensure their conservation.
Spain is home to the last and most important populations of European steppe birds. We work with more than 60 farmers in more than 15.000 hectares to ensure their conservation
Traditional dry-farming crops, especially cereal crops, have been over the centuries the place for steppe birds like the quail, the Little bustard or the Iberian sandgrouse. The changes in and intensification of traditional farming practices are some of the most important reasons for the decline of these species.
We work to recover hedgerows, fallow lands and the cultivation of legumes, we promote a more efficient use of fertilizers and organic production together with the best farming practices that enable preserve biodiversity at soils, water and air.