Improve soil health (average 12%)

Through increased soil organic carbon, water retention capacity, pH, soil structure and microbiological activity and decreased presence of fungal pathogens.

Increase in biodiversity (15%)

By increasing the population and quantity of beneficial fungal communities, and mushrooms which serve as biodiversity magnets.

Diminish available fuel load by 45 tons/ha

From mixed thinning and inoculation activities that remove biomass and increase the rate of decay of woody organic material.

Generate revenue of €333,000

From sales of processed wood, mushrooms and mushroom substrate, and expanded business services.

Create at least 29 FTE Green jobs

Directly and indirectly by providing high-skill job training to individuals at risk of social exclusion and expanding business models.

1505 tons of CO2 emissions avoided

Through reduced transport of forest goods and a shorter supply chain for mushroom producers.

Reduce presence of pests and pathogens (25%)

Through biocontrol activities which will improve overall tree health and forest resilience.

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LIFE18 CCA/ES/001110

“Innovative use of mycological resources for resilient and productive mediterranean forests threatened by climate change”


C/ Cordel de merinas, 40-52

37008 Salamanca, Spain