team

History

Our story starts at university at the end of the 90s. Our birth coincided with the appearance of other forestry consulting entities at the state level: we are part of this first generation. “Another way of doing things” was our slogan at the time, and it still is today.

1999. End of the degree course at the College of Forestry Engineering, Polytechnic University of Madrid. A group of 10 students decides to set out to put back into society what we had learnt, focusing on technical quality and close working relationships with our clients.

2000. We officially constitute ourselves as a cooperative, something which developed organically from our cooperative principles as people, and our belief that this was also the best way to develop our professional lives and business.

2005. We extended our activity and presence across various parts of the Spanish state.

2012. Our ability to keep working together throughout the financial crisis strengthened our resolve to provide innovative forestry solutions. We restructured and invested in our technological and research capabilities.

2017. The team has now expanded internationally as well as across Spanish territory and comprises over 40 cooperative members. Our excitement about approaching engineering in a different way remains the same.

We work to improve forestry areas, making use of innovation and putting into practice the values of the cooperative model.

Through innovation, technology and adhering to the values of a social and supportive economy we provide society, and the planet, with new concepts of forestry management which improve the care of forests, contribute to developing a low carbon economy, and integrate the needs of forests with those of humans.

As an Associated Work Cooperative, we provide a work space that facilitates personal and professional development, with a participative and inclusive structure, framed within a productive agency rooted in the social economy and solidarity, which is efficient, innovative and economically and environmentally viable.

We cooperate with others to improve the forests of the planet through the sustainable management of forest resources.

Forests are the lungs of the planet since without vegetation, there is no life. We are committed to creating more and better forests, to valuing forests and being able to make use of them and resources from them in a sustainable and efficient way.

In a scenario of global change we see the importance of recognising forest resources and understanding better the way forests work in order to safeguard their conservation in the long term. The incredible developments in technology that we are embracing and our innovative character enable us to generate new technological solutions along the complete value chain.

We subscribe to the values of cooperativism, a democratic and supportive way of understanding society, employment and the participation of all people in the economy, equally and equitably.

We adhere to the principles of the cooperative movement and principals of the social economy. .

In summary, our fundamental values are:

DemocracyParticipationEquality and equity Solidarity

Meet us

We are a multidisciplinary and interterritorial team made up of over 40 professionals experienced in forestry management and the application and development of new technologies. We share a passion: finding forestry solutions that enable us to construct a society that is better to live in.

Andalusia

«We work with public authorities and private owners who are seeking to coordinate and maximise the uses of their forests: cork, pastures, hunting, biomass or pine cones, in order to guarantee the sustainability of the ecosystems».

Asturias

«Contributing to the sustainable exploitation of the sweet chestnut, one of the species with the greatest potential in Asturias».

Castilla y León. Burgos

«We provide knowledge of the land and professionalism in the sustainable management of our Natural Heritage».

Community of Madrid

«Working in this autonomous region we are making a contribution to the sustainable forest management of Madrid’s ecosystems».

Community of Valencia

«A walk through the district of l’Alcalaten, near to Penyagolosa, with its distinctive forests of savin, juniper and black pine».

Canary Islands

«Applying the latest technologies to the conservation of the environment in the Canaries since 2000».

Castilla-La Mancha. Cuenca

«Over a decade involved in the management and planning insitu in the mountains and natural spaces of the Iberian System and Castilla-La Mancha».

Murcia

«After the huge fire in Moratalla in 1994, we designed preventative silvicultural interventions and improvements to forest tracks to protect the vital regeneration of the pine forests».

Basque Country

«We are improving the diversity and forestry potential of the Basque region by providing knowledge, experience, innovation and quality».

Castilla y León. Segovia

«We are contributing to the sustainable exploitation of forests of over 25,000 hectares in Segovian pine forests».

Castilla y León. Soria

«Being at the forefront of forestry technology since 2000, we are continuing to look after the most beautiful, delicate and productive spots in the countryside of Soria».

Andalusia

«We work with public authorities and private owners who are seeking to coordinate and maximise the uses of their forests: cork, pastures, hunting, biomass or pine cones, in order to guarantee the sustainability of the ecosystems».

Asturias

«Contributing to the sustainable exploitation of the sweet chestnut, one of the species with the greatest potential in Asturias».

Castilla y León. Burgos

«We provide knowledge of the land and professionalism in the sustainable management of our Natural Heritage».

Community of Madrid

«Working in this autonomous region we are making a contribution to the sustainable forest management of Madrid’s ecosystems».

Community of Valencia

«A walk through the district of l’Alcalaten, near to Penyagolosa, with its distinctive forests of savin, juniper and black pine».

Canary Islands

«Applying the latest technologies to the conservation of the environment in the Canaries since 2000».

Castilla-La Mancha. Cuenca

«Over a decade involved in the management and planning insitu in the mountains and natural spaces of the Iberian System and Castilla-La Mancha».

Murcia

«After the huge fire in Moratalla in 1994, we designed preventative silvicultural interventions and improvements to forest tracks to protect the vital regeneration of the pine forests».

Basque Country

«We are improving the diversity and forestry potential of the Basque region by providing knowledge, experience, innovation and quality».

Castilla y León. Segovia

«We are contributing to the sustainable exploitation of forests of over 25,000 hectares in Segovian pine forests».

Castilla y León. Soria

«Being at the forefront of forestry technology since 2000, we are continuing to look after the most beautiful, delicate and productive spots in the countryside of Soria».

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