Visits to Central Park, a beach clean-up and workshops will mark Nature Days in Adeje

Activities will be free and the public can register online as there will be limited numbers

12 september 2022
Experimental visits to Adeje’s Central Park, a beach clean-up at Playa de la Enramada and recycling and waste reuse workshops will be among the activities organised by Adeje on September 16th and 17th in the run up to international nature protection day.  The events are being organised by the council’s department for ecological transition via the TREEMAC project.  Detailed information about the events and registration is available on the Adeje webpage,
On Friday September 16th from 10am to 1pm there will be a series of group visits through the Central Park.  Each visit will last 45 minutes, with a guide (in Spanish) giving residents a chance to get to know this evolving municipal space, the different parcels of land being created, etc.  Interested parties should register here:
On Saturday September 17th from 10am there will be a beach clean-up in Playa de la Enramada.  That afternoon there will be a series of workshops on rubbish recycling and reuse as part of the TREEMAC project.  Team games will see groups working on a variety of activities and games.  All those taking part in these activities should bring water, and wear comfortable clothes and shoes as well as using adequate sun protection
People taking part in events will be encouraged to upload their photos and videos onto social media using these hashtags, #DiaMundialdeProteccióndelaNaturaleza, #TreemacAdeje.

TREEMAC is a European project centred on the creation of a EuroAfrican network of natural spaces, to improve awareness, valuation and development of biodiversity and ecosystems.  The project is working to increase public knowledge regarding the need for conservation and protection of the environment through the creation of green infrastructures and the improvement of development of ecological forestry and social sustainability.
The INTERREG MAC programme brings Madeira, the Azores and the Canary Islands together with EU funding, working to contribute to the creation of a unified strategy for intelligent, sustainable and intelligent growth via economic, social and territorial cohesion in these ultra-peripheral regions of the EU as well as in conjunction with the nearest African countries of Senegal, Mauritania and Cape Verde.
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