Cleaning of the Aynadamar irrigation channel: a participatory activity

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After the recovery of the Aynadamar irrigation channel and the adjoining trail during the last year, the INCULTUM pilot in Andalusia continues with the maintenance of this important channel in the shaping of the city of Granada.

The main objective is to clean the canalisation, removing some of the soil and vegetation that has accumulated in recent months, in order to ensure the passage of water and continue with the landscape and environmental regeneration of this space.

A very nice participatory activity that sees the engagement of the local community together with the archaeologists of the University of Granada, coordinator of the INCULTUM project, funded by the EU under the Horizon 2020 Programme.

 

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