We could wait no longer to show you the first results that the smoothing of the front embankment has had on the dune system. By improving the conditions of the front, sand from the beach can once again reach the upper part of Barayo.
Check out these 10 new brochures concerning the conservation actions that Life+ARCOS is devoping in 10 coastal SCAs in Northern Spain
Please check out these fresh baked dissemination brochures to inform you about the conservation actions we are currently developing in ten Special Areas for Conservation in the northern coast of Spain to protect and restore the fragile coastal dune habitats.
Somo dunes (Cantabria) exhibits a good conservation status after several years of conservation actions developed by Life+ARCOS
Do not hesitate to visit the dune system in Somo (Ribamontán al Mar, Cantabria) to enjoy the good results that the Life+ARCOS actions on that dune have caused, but if you can’t, please take a look to this drone-video to better understand how the actions we’ve developed have resulted in the plant recovery of the dune system.
Life+ARCOS allows you to see how the coastal sandbanks have changed from the 50s until now. Check out how it has changed by clicking and dragging over the line that separates both photos
Centinelas project (Coastwatch Cantabria) organises an elimination campaign of invasive plants in La Arena Beach (Muskiz, Bizkaia)
The Centinelas project, an adaptation of the European Coastwatch project in Cantabria, supports Life+ARCOS activities to eradicate exotic species by hosting their own campaign.