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Published on December 11th, 2014 | by mundohr

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Do our rural areas have a future? Mercado de la Cosecha Preguntoiros

Does rural Galicia have a future? What are the possibilities? Is it a good idea to jump into a project in the countryside? Those who have already done so, and do it on a daily basis, clearly think so. These are some of the thoughts shared with the Mercado de la Cosecha Preguntoiros, an open mic with which we want to give the Galician countryside a voice, and inspire those who have an idea, that would like to take the plunge but don’t feel brave enough, or those who simply look for new opportunities. There are many who have taken advantage of the opportunities offered to them with resounding success, and some of them are part of the Mercado de la Cosecha, a community of producers that continues to grow, as the new activities which we will keep you informed about will shortly demonstrate.

The Mercado de la Cosecha is a social commitment project shared by Corporación Hijos de Rivera, R and Gadis, whose main objective is to promote the socioeconomic development of Galicia and the sustainability of rural areas. In order to do so, it carries out different awareness raising and promotional initiatives, such as the Parladoiros, (Roundtables), already in their second edition, or the Pop-Up store which has recently ended. The activity carried out by the project can be followed on its official website, www.mercadodelacosecha.com.

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