Economical Activities

Their economic activities are dependent on them: they sell products made of wood. They own extensive areas of land from which they obtain many natural resources, which allow them to maintain several economic activities, like forestry and apiculture (they live from their ecosystem services)

The ejido used to earn some money from keeping the forest intact, but not much; each family got about 180 euros a year, which is less than the total annual costs for transportation when sending the youngsters to the closest high school.

The current social program is Sembrando Vida, and it is expected to reconvert farmland towards forest exploitation with fruit and timber trees.

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