The”Repopulation bus will be back on the road next week and will make three stops in Aragon, specifically in the municipalities of Andorra (Teruel), Yesterday and Bureta (Zaragoza).
This is how the VI National Fair for the Repopulation of Rural Spain in a press release, in which they indicate that this vehicle tour the entire country with the aim of presenting a “thriving and active” rural Spain.
In addition, they point out that this initiative, launched by the center for the promotion of social entrepreneurship based in Soria “El Hueco”, covers sparsely populated Spain for the fourth consecutive year “to convey a message of optimism and support with their presence the people who work hard so that their town has a better future”, they assure.
In each of these three Aragonese localities A TV program will be recorded with interviews with entrepreneurs that he develops his activity in the towns, that he can see on his YouTube channel.
The next Tuesday, August 23, the bus will stop in Andorra, where they will interview booksellers Adriana Galve and José Miguel Martín, Merche and Sara Almolda from the company Animación Discoanima, Roberto González from Apicultura La Cerrada and pistachio farmers Jaime and Marcos Valero.
On the 24th they will travel to Ayerbe and there the protagonists will be Rebecca Armed, black Crab Entrepreneur, ligia lopez, first person to work from the town’s ‘coworking’ space and Alvaro Marco, example of generational change in the local hardware store.
Lastly, the Thursday 25 they will interview in a burette Elena Bellido and Laura Sánchez from Bureteandoando, a youth movement against depopulation, Juan José Sebastián, from Huevos Camperos Sebastián, Víctor Dopard, from Informática Campo de Borja, and Andrea Tejero, from La Botiga de Alcor.