The University of Granada presented "The capacity of Archaeology to intervene over a territory and its real impact on local communities" by Lara Delgado Anés and José Mª Martín Civantos in the Nearching factory
The aim of this conference is to allow specialists and researchers from various cultures and different professional felds to meet and exchange views about the study of ancient forests. Foresters, planners, developers, ecologists, biologists, agriculturalists, geographers, historians, philosophers, ethnologists, cartographers, archaeologists, archaeobotanists, sociologists etc., from all backgrounds, are invited to join this debate about our various and varying concept of “ancient forests”.
Yesterday was the first day of the educative project PIIISA. High School students learned about Cultural Landscapes and Historical Irrigation Systems. They started to build a Cultural Landscapes with Minecraft