THE 2023 Reforestation Campaign has started in the city of Malaga and will see a total of 6,387 trees planted throughout the year.

The work will be carried out by the City Council’s Parks and Gardens Service and forms part of a four-year project led by Perica Obras y Servicios, SA and Explotaciones La Misiones SLU for an amount of €150,000 per year.

In previous municipal reforestation campaigns, corresponding to 2021 and 2022, a total of 25,000 trees were planted.

All the seedlings used will be native to the Mediterranean area and will include carob, Aleppo pine, stone pine, cypress, Cartagena cypress and shrubs such as European olive, wild olive, lavender and broom.

This new campaign will also include the planting of some honey-bearing shrub species that will help boost pollination, thus favoring an increase in biodiversity, ensuring good diversification of the plant structure and thus generating suitable habitats for wildlife, as explained by the City Council in declaration.

The reforestation campaign will be carried out in two batches.

The first will include the forest parks of the districts of Málaga Centro, Málaga Este and Ciudad Jardín and will have a total of 2,637 seedlings planted with their corresponding support irrigation.

Lot 2 includes the forest parks of the districts of Palma-Palmilla, Churriana, Campanillas and Puerto de la Torre, where a total of 3,750 new plants will be planted, including trees and shrubs.

So far, work has been done on preparing the land, marking the land, digging holes, placing tree protectors and installing the support irrigation system.

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