"We want to contribute our bit so that schools can continue to develop this initiative," says the mayor Amparo Ruiz Orange
Citizens will distribute hundreds of seeds of cauliflower, beet and spinach to the school gardens of a dozen centers in the municipalities of Mula, Pliego and Albudeite.
The initiative of the training has been agreed with the centers themselves and their parent associations, and will be carried out over the next few days by the councilors of the municipalities of Pliego and Mula and affiliates of Albudeite.
In the case of this last municipality, the seeds will go to the school of Our Lady of the Remedies, and in Pliego in the Pascual Martínez Abellán.
"We are pleased to contribute our bit, and see how the schools of Pliego and the rest of the region can continue to develop this initiative," said the mayor Amparo Ruiz plebiscite, Mula councilor, Toñi Salcedo, has stated that "it is about children not see the seasonality of the garden at one time of the year but throughout it and can differentiate which varieties are winter and which summer or other season," has highlighted the In this municipality, in addition to the Anita Arnao, Santo Domingo, Cristo Crucificado and Santa Clara schools, the distribution will extend to the Ribera de los Molina and Ortega Rubio institutes, as well as to the Neighborhood Neighborhood Association of The Mills.
The Citizens initiative is not limited to the urban core, but also reaches the centers of the districts of Puebla de Mula (Ortega y Rubio school), Casas Nuevas (Sierra Espuña school), Yéchar (La Purísima) and Fuente Librilla ( Our Lady of the Rosary).
Source: Ciudadanos Región de Murcia