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					Ceama was born whit the idea to support agro-ecology in the agriculture sector whit the
intention of keep the biodiversity and the environment in the centre and north-west of
Murcia.
Also, it pretends show one form of respectful construction whit the environment, in the
consumption of energy and in the physical impact of the construction in the landscapes.
It’s intended to design and use sustainable agrarian systems ecologically, to recuperate
and conserve the agrarian and natural biodiversity, to sensitize people about the
development sustainable.
Ceama is national and international reference about investigation in the agro-ecology
and eco-development activities of development.

The center has four bio-climatic studies that aim to make people aware that life can be
adapted to the environment use to solar energy and water and waste management.
We can find a "Workshop of Tradition" where we do activities of traditional culture:
cakes, baking, distilling essences, as well as innovative: modern gastronomy and
oenology.

The main building, "Classroom Training", is intended for activities as workshops,
classes, conferences or exhibitions.

In the botanical garden, “Garden of the Senses ", shows the traditional uses of plants
used by the men, the diversity of the plant world and the most characteristic vegetation
of central and northwest of the Region and the Iberian Peninsula. It also aims to
transmit knowledge and to recover and preserve botanical and endangered species in the
Region of Murcia.

 “The school of eco-agriculture "is made up of an agricultural system designed with
eco-agriculture principles of self-sufficiency and sustainability. It has an area dedicated
to the production of local and traditional varieties and breeds farm.
This school tries to demonstrate the viability of organic farming (farming without
chemicals, "Green Revolution") use traditional crops of the zone without genetic
manipulation. To do this, they use traditional agriculture tactics (like fallow, crop
rotation, natural manure, traditional methods of planting, etc...) to avoid the rivers and
lakes pollution, the ground erosion, the exhaustion of minerals to the floor and the
salinity of the floor in droughts areas.

                                                               Carmen Lucas y llas chicas

				
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