The Ministry of the Environment socializes the evaluation process of agricultural properties on the southern slope of the Valle Nuevo National Park
San Jose de Ocoa.- The Ministry of the Environment and Natural Resources proceeds in the socialization of the evaluation process of agricultural properties located within the limits of the southern slope of the Valle Nuevo National Park.
Federico Franco, Deputy Minister of Protected Areas and Biodiversity, convened a third meeting with the farmers of the Association of Agricultural Producers of La Horma (Esoprohorma).
“As you know, progress on the northern slope of Valle Nuevo is already yielding concrete results in the recovery of important aquifers for the population and for the producers of that valley,” Franco said in the invitation sent to the members. . Union headed by Wilton Custodio.
He highlights that the recovery process takes time, but that its execution, with persistence, “undoubtedly affects all the inhabitants of the Valle Nuevo region, especially La Horma, and at the same time the inhabitants of the larger demarcation”. It includes provinces such as San Juan, Azua and Greater Santo Domingo that benefit from the water collected in the mountains of this important national park.
Remember that, although agriculture and livestock production, as well as facilities within Valle Nuevo National Park, are environmental crimes that require action by the authorities, the Ministry of the Environment has a high interest, and so does its owner, Miguel Serra, understands it. Hatton, “that the unemployment process develops hand in hand with a compensation mechanism that extends a helping hand to the families of the producers.”
“With this methodology we are starting with a scientific, organised, transparent process and linked to institutional regulations to process compensation and payments for existing assets and physical improvements”, said Franco in his communication to Esoprohorma’s partners to the farmers. indicates in ,
Remember that with the excellent initiative that will take place in the southern slope of the park, they will be “the first beneficiaries of the protection of the Mother of Water”, in addition to protecting it for their children and future generations of Dominicans.