It extends over 32.000 ha mainly covered by forests (64%,) including the whole Montserrat Mountain Natural Park.
Up to 11.100 ha of the project area belong to Natura 2000 sites.
15 September 2020
You can now read and unload new documents with relevant technical information about the project: Prescribed Burns Report. The document (in English) provides all the information on the use of prescribed burning as a management tool within the framework of the project. Manual de gestión silvopastoral. A useful guide (in Spanish) for the implementation of […]
29 July 2019
The LIFE Montserrat project officially ended on June 30. Over the last 5 years, the project has restored 1200 hectares of land and created 120 new hectares of open areas. The project has also introduced new herds of cows, goats and donkeys to graze on 1400 hectares. Grazing activity will contribute to reduce the risk […]
19 July 2019
The Layman’s Report is a document addressed to the general public that is published at the end of a LIFE project to report on its results and conclusions. The Layman’s Report of the LIFE Montserrat project is already available, so we encourage you to reach it at the Resources section of this website or through […]