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Capturing the best moments of our last guided tour of Cáceres.

A cultural and gastronomic tourism experience with organizations that have come to learn about the sustainable livestock practices and biodiversity of Extremadura, but did not want to miss the opportunity to enjoy the impressive architectural heritage and multicultural history of monumental Cáceres.

This visit was promoted by the Global Nature Foundation, host of the first global meeting of the Kering Regenerative Fund for Nature. In this meeting, which took place over several days, participants had the opportunity to learn about rotational grazing, the maintenance of traditional livestock breeds such as the Cáceres white cow and the black Merino sheep. The differences between conventional and rotational management were also compared, with the objective of better understanding the biotic potential of the pasture and the limits of its management. The representative of Conservation International, Alejandro Rosselli, reflected on the importance of nature conservation and how “companies can be part of the solution, highlighting the need to adapt and take advantage of opportunities without compromising the future”.

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