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To recuperate and foment the shepherding and flock migration as an historic activity of high ethnographic value and efficient means to prevent great forest fires.  


- Management and disposal of the vegetation in order to diminish the natural forest combustible accumulations which block shepherding and migration areas: cleansing of ravine beds and undergrowth areas, right of way for electric lines.

- Recovery of  shepherding areas, always respecting biodiversity, specially fire risk due to location (ravine beds…) and/or population of species highly flammable (reedbeds)

- Recovery of cattle-drive ways to preserve the coast-midlands/top migrations.

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