The City Council of Ames will plant around 4,200 deciduous trees -chards, hazelnuts, walnuts and cherry trees- in the coming months that delay the spread of fires. The action, which has a cost of 51,000 euros, seeks to “create a natural barrier against fire” and also “improve the quality of the soil” and give “a boost to the increase in biodiversity that suffers a sharp decline in monoculture lands of conifers and eucalyptus trees “.

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