31 teenage students from the educational center have participated in this initiative framed within the European Goals project.

The Zurbarán Infant and Primary Education School closed the cycle of visits for the 2022/23 season to the ecological garden of the Real Betis Foundation, located in the municipality of Dos Hermanas, joining seven other social institutions that have participated in this initiative.

This activity is part of the European project Goals, which seeks through community work to improve opportunities and fight against climate change.

Professionals from Bioalverde, a non-profit socio-labor integration company of the Diocesan Caritas of Seville, were responsible for facilitating this visit with the 31 students from CEIP Zurbarán, who learned many details about the practice and benefits of organic farming within a fantastic working atmosphere among teenagers.

Pilar Castillo, project manager at the Real Betis Foundation, thanked the educational center for their participation and involvement in the project with a visit “very positive for the youngest.” “We have brought nature and ecological practice closer to all these children, who had also previously participated in activities of similar characteristics with workshops at their own school. This activity has served them to enrich their knowledge within an atmosphere of laughter and very relaxed. And all showed a truly participatory and enthusiastic attitude. We hope that more and more centers and associations can join us and join these visits,” she pointed out.

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