Cervia‘s pinewoods and city woods are in constant need of care in order to grow and vegetate properly, and the municipal administration will invest 100,000 euros in their conservation, which will be used to finance a series of interventions starting in the spring.
In particular, the work will involve the planting and initial care of trees and shrubs typical of the Ravenna coastal pinewoods, such as oaks, holm oaks, domestic pines and ash trees, on a total surface area of about one hectare, located both in the strip towards the sea and in the intermediate dune, in the area between Tagliata and Pinarella.
“Interventions will be carried out for the reforestation and renaturalisation, care and cleaning of our precious environmental heritage”
“We have decided to make an important investment in the pinewoods and wooded areas of Cervia – declared Enrico Mazzolani, Councillor in charge of Lavori pubblici (City public works) -. Numerous interventions will be carried out for the reforestation and renaturalisation, maintenance, care and cleaning of our precious environmental heritage. This is further confirmation of how we believe that green areas are a real founding value of our city and not an ornamental element of urban planning. It is not a question of taking care of simple “green areas”, but of cherishing a structural and functional natural wealth, capable of improving the quality of life also in social, tourist and economic terms, a system to improve the habitat, ecological efficiency and functionality of the ecosystem”.