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28 June, 2023

We collaborate with the 'No School without its Spanish Alady' project

  • MARNYS - Martínez Nieto S.A. has provided the necessary materials for the planting of more than 120 trees in 60 educational centers in Cartagena.
  • In this program, initiated by CEIP La Concepción, students have planted and cared for the seeds of this native species, awakening their passion for nature and environmental respect.

We collaborate with the 'No School without its Spanish Alady' project

MARNYS - Martínez Nieto S.A. has collaborated with the project "No School without its Spanish Alady," promoted by the CEIP La Concepción in Cartagena.

The participating students in this initiative delivered a total of 120 trees to 60 educational centers in the region on June 5th. MARNYS' contribution has been used to acquire the necessary materials for planting, including eco-friendly protectors, bamboo stakes, and worm humus, so that the Spanish Alady can root without any issues in the school gardens. Paper bags have also been provided to contain all the materials (avoiding the use of materials that generate plastic waste, harmful to the environment).

Each student planted the seeds of this native and protected species from the Region of Murcia using an empty milk carton, and they have germinated and cared for them from last October until the end of the school year. CEIP La Concepción already launched the "No School without its Holm Oak" project last year, where they delivered these trees to 52 schools.

As explained by sources from the school, the ultimate goal of these actions is to turn schools into biodiversity islands and refuges for native species, so that children can learn about them and value them, while working on values such as respect for nature, interest in research, and altruism.

This collaboration by MARNYS - Martínez Nieto S.A. is part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program 'MARNYS Planet', aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations' Agenda 2030.

Meanwhile, the CEIP La Concepción is one of the most recognized schools for its social awareness and integration projects. For example, since last year, they have had a large number of children of Ukrainian origin, refugees from the ongoing war, and this year they have celebrated the school's 50th anniversary, coinciding with their Cultural Days.

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