At DF GROUP, we have started a new stage in our social responsibility. Following on in our attitude, which strives to continue with the environmental commitment that characterises us, yet placing particular emphasis on GIVING THE LAND BACK EVERYTHING IT GIVES US.
This new point of view aims to lessen our impact and help achieve a more sustainable future.
We are starting our mission by collaborating with Acobija, a non-profit organisation from Aragon which aims to protect and preserve the biodiversity and natural heritage of the Ebro river basin, promoting projects to ensure the conservation and regeneration of the environmental heritage.
A partnership that will serve to develop local projects leading to a
improvement of natural resources that add value to the rural environment, encouraging social development and promoting environmental activities in the district of Calatayud.
Through this partnership, we obtain
the Empresa Pro-Biodiversidad ORO hallmark, making us the main sponsor of the “Small Scavenger Birds for Biodiversity” project.
This project was created to tackle one of the main environmental challenges today: to halt the loss of biodiversity through local projects implemented on the ground.
Feeding point for birds
Together, we will build and manage a supplementary feeding point for scavenger birds that will improve the condition of the populations in general, and of the Egyptian vulture and the red kite in particular.
Both species are listed as
vulnerable in Spain and endangered in Europe, and they use this land to spend the summer and reproduce.
This conservation project is located in the district of Calatayud, given its strategic location as part of the Iberian System of Zaragoza, its orography, and its optimal natural structures for the settlement and reproduction of the target species.
In addition, the Iberian System is a
biological corridor and transitory area for a large number of species of scavenger birds.
Therefore, the location of this supplementary feeding pointwill help keep this area in the best conditions.
For more information on the projects being implemented by Acobija, please go to https://www.acobijaconservacion.org/