Albentosa III


Forest repopulation project in an area devoid of vegetation and degraded by intense erosion processes in the locality of Albentosa (Teruel).

During the 2023-24 season, we have initiated a reforestation project in the town of Albentosa, located in the province of Teruel (Aragón).

This project covers an area of 8.73 hectares and aims to establish a sustainable forest mass in an area devoid of vegetation and degraded by intense erosive processes. The plantation in Albentosa is a mixed, multi-species plantation, which means it includes a variety of both coniferous and deciduous native species. This diversity is crucial for creating a resilient forest mass capable of withstanding and adapting to potential future environmental changes. The main species selected for this project is the Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis), known for its remarkable ability to colonize degraded lands. Its resilience and adaptability make it an ideal choice for restoring areas affected by erosion and other adverse factors.

The purpose of this reforestation initiative is multifaceted. Firstly, the forest mass will play a significant role in regulating local water resources, minimizing erosion risk, and enriching the soil with nutrients. In addition to environmental benefits, this project also has important socioeconomic implications for the town of Albentosa. The creation of this forest mass will not only improve soil quality but also provide a variety of ecosystem services. These services include creating local employment opportunities and promoting rural development.



Geographic situation
Teruel, Aragón
Actuation surface
8,73 Ha.
Year of execution
Number of trees planted
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