The exhibition "Mar Menor, our wetland" will be available until March 1 at the Museo de Fuente Álamo and has six different environments with photographs, reliefs and workshops dedicated to this protected space.
On Wednesday, February 26 at 5:00 pm, the Agrarian Chamber will host a technical conference with experts from the University of Murcia familiar with the Mar Menor, its fauna and flora, in which the professors Gustavo Ballesteros and Ángel Pérez Ruzafa will participate, as well as Dr. Francisco Robledano.
The activities are framed in the February programming of the Villa Álamo Sustainable Villa Master Plan and are supported by the Ministry of Water, Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Environment.
The Municipality of Fuente Álamo, through the Sustainable Villa Master Plan developed by Marevents Global Communication, together with the Ministry of Water, Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Environment have promoted a series of activities aimed at World Wetlands Day put in value and collaborate with the conservation of the Mar Menor.
The General Director of the Mar Menor, Miriam Pérez, the Mayor of Fuente Álamo, Juana María Martínez, together with the councilors Juan Lorenzo Soto, Juan Pedro Vera and José Antonio Oliver have been present at the opening of the exhibition âMar Menor, our wetland â, The first of the actions to be carried out by the Municipal Museum of the town.
The sample, available from February 25 to March 1, is divided into 6 environments with photographs, reliefs of the islands, their landscapes and ecosystems.
It also has an area with fun children's workshops where children can learn about native flora and fauna.
The entire exhibition is articulated through the members of the Salty Gang, six friendly inhabitants of the Mar Menor who will come to life called Nacra, Medusa, Prawn, Seba, Anguilla and Caballito.
They will help visitors during the tour and show the spaces, as well as strengthen the values ââof sustainability and environmental care of the wetland.
The exhibition, which will be visited by the educational centers of the municipality during the mornings, will be open to the general public, associations and groups of Fuente Álamo through guided tours divided into small groups.
Visiting hours for the general public through groups, upon registration, will be in the afternoon from Tuesday to Friday from 4 pm to 7 pm.
While on Saturday, February 29 and March 1, the exhibition will hold its open days with an uninterrupted schedule from 10 to 18 hours.
Those interested in conducting the guided tour can sign up by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 664154004.
The exhibition is divided into thematic environments with special attention to the underwater, terrestrial and wetland flora.
There will be present the most significant and unique species such as Fartet, the grasslands of 'Seba', or the shrimp of the Mar Menor.
The ecosystem and landscape have their place with photographs of aquatic spaces such as land, such as lowland area such as Carmolí, marshlands or salt marshes such as the Salinas de San Pedro, or the volcanic islands of the Mar Menor, among others.
While the economic and leisure activities that take place in this natural environment such as hiking, fishing or salt farms also have their place.
Parallel to the exhibition, on Wednesday, March 26 at 5:00 p.m., a technical conference will be held in the Agricultural Chamber that will have different experts and doctors from the University of Murcia verified in ecological, landscape and environmental matters of the Region of Murcia.
Francisco Robledano, Doctor and Professor of Ecology at the University of Murcia, will be the first to develop a talk under the title "Salinas de San Pedro.
A unique ecosystem â, aims to publicize the protected environment surrounding Fuente Alamo.
Next, Gustavo Ballesteros, a professor at the University of Murcia and a professor of Geology Degree and Master in Wildlife Management, will talk about "Limícolas and other waterfowl", a tour of the most characteristic flying fauna of the environment.
The day will end with the intervention of the Professor of Ecology at the University of Murcia and expert in the Mar Menor Ángel Pérez Ruzafa who will develop the presentation âMar Menor.
Conservation and Future â.
An exhibition with different actions that have the support of the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia and that aim to raise awareness among the inhabitants of the municipality of Fuente Álamo in the active conservation of the wetland environment.
In addition, these activities, like the previous ones developed by the Sustainable Villa Master Plan, will have the supervision and control of Mareco, a consultant specializing in Carbon Footprint compensation, to ensure that these actions are 100% environmentally friendly.