Our restoration team from Sonoran Institute carried out the first Theoretical and Practical Workshop on the Production of Plants this past January, using seedlings of native poplar and willow trees.
During the workshop, general information about the Laguna Grande riparian habitat restoration project was presented. The primary techniques of production and management were reviewed in this hands-on workshop, using seedlings of poplars and willows used in the actual restoration work. Participants were guided by the Sonoran Institute team through the tree nurseries of the organization, located at Kilometer 49 of the Francisco Murguía Village.
Organizations including the Municipal Public Services (SPM), Secretariat of Environmental Protection (SPA), the National Forestry Commission (CONAFOR), and Save the Lagoons A.C. participated, and we greatly appreciate their interest. We look forward to continued collaboration!