The Agroeconatura Association, the Association of Tourist Services of Sierra Espuña, the Regional Park and the Municipality of Mula have the objective of implanting a quality seal that distinguishes the tourist destination from our environmentFor this reason, an informative meeting will be held on July 29, at 8:30 p.m.
in the Refectory Hall of the San Francisco Convent.
This will reveal the details and details of the project.Who can participate? Well especially farmers with organic productions or interested in transforming to that sector, beekeepers, ranchers who walk towards a sustainable production, wine, dairy and artisan companies from the various areas.In the coming weeks, a list of producers and artisans who are likely to get and benefit from this new badge will be made.
The objective is for them to better position their products or their brands in the market.
Similarly, through the Agroeconatura Association, solutions will be sought to the problems that arise from the different sectors.The company in charge of collecting the information of these producers and artisans will be Serva Terram.
The heads of this cooperative will not only be present at the meeting, but will also carry out field work, interviewing as many people involved in the various sectors as possible.Those interested must pre-register on the phone 680992033 or through the email firstname.lastname@example.org
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mula