Feature on the volunteer day held on 17 May 2018, when the Life+ARCOS team of the Directorate-General of Natural Environment of the Government of Cantabria celebrated European Natura 2000 Day by eliminating the invasive species known as the “capeweed” in Berria, Santoña.
Summary of the activities held in Cantabria in 2016, to mark the European Natura 2000 Day.
Oria visits Berria (Santoña, Cantabria) to be informed about the progress of the restoration activities developed on this site
News published by the Government of Cantabria: “Oria visits Berria (Santoña, Cantabria) to be informed about the progress of the restoration activities developed in this site”.
News item in the El Diario Montañés newspaper from 21/04/2016: “The Berria dune system is protected against attacks and invasive plants”
Dune restoration by removing invasive plants and waste and by collecting seeds on the Berria beach (SCI Santoña, Victoria and Joyel Marshes)
New activity day to clean up the Berria dunes and to remove invasive exotic flora with inmates from the El Dueso Penitentiary Centre.
Dune restoration by collecting waste, invasive plants, seeds and by planting sea daffodil on Berria beach (SCI Santoña, Victoria and Joyel Marshes)
Volunteering activity with the collaboration of inmates from the El Dueso Penitentiary Centre as part of the NACAR Programme (Nature and Prison) and encompassed within the LIFE+ARCOS programme.