City of Campos del Río for its altruistic contribution to the Jumilla Templar Guardians of Seed Project in the jail]
In the seat of the Government in the Region of Murcia, has distinguished the City Council of Campos del Río (Murcia), in the person of its mayor MÂª José Pérez Cerón (PSOE) for their altruistic collaboration in the therapeutic project "Seed Guardians "in which inmates in the Special Treatment Unit (UTE), with problems of drug addiction, follow a therapeutic and educational agricultural program, designed by the Templar Association of Jumilla, in which they use organic crops with native seeds and plants protected or in danger of extinction.
The crops, respectful with the environment, are nourished by the waste generated by the penitentiary itself, using recycled water, uncontaminated degradable organic waste, coffee grounds as fertilizer, and reinforced with goat manure and wood shavings. for biodegradable seedbeds.
The project, activated in May 2017, after its generous harvest of tomatoes and beans of high quality, the inmates are used in the selection and classification of seeds that via templars have begun to export to the new National Network of Prison Gardens created by the milites Christi of the municipality of Murcia famous for the temper of its wines.
The project, which also has the collaboration of the Jumillana Cultural Association (Barcelona), which does not have any kind of public support, is nourished by micro-patronage and the contributions of the sisters and brothers of the "Order".
Source: Templarios de Jumilla