The 28th of June, was held in the Castillejar (Granada) a full day workshop focus on the management of historical irrigation systems.
The event was addressed to Municipalities, irrigator communities, Associations, water users and all these interested in technique of irrigation for the Guadiana Menor local area.
The initiative was organized by Agapro (Farmers and producers association) in collaboration with MEMOLab Laboratory from the University of Granada.
Prof. Jose María Martín Civantos from UGR, left a contribute talking about the values of irrigator systems and the experiences carried on in the framework of MEMOLab and the REACH projects.
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