Rodez. Club and Station A united to green the Ruthenian peak

the essential The project "My little farm in the city" imagined and developed by the two Ruthenian associations within the framework of a regional call for projects, has just been endowed with a grant of nearly 80,000 € to help its realization.

About sixty votes at most: in the end, this is what separated the two Aveyron files which arrived in 2nd and 3rd place in the race for the call for projects initiated by the Region around the theme "Mountains of 'Occitanie, land of life and innovation ".A very small difference in votes to the detriment of" My little farm in the city ", the project jointly carried out by Oc'Live and Station A.The two former Ruthenian associations (between - Time Station A changed its name and its statutes to become a Ric, Editor's note) had therefore initially narrowly missed the selection of the Region, except that their project will finally be drafted on the grounds that it is the only one to be carried by two very distinct associations and above all, that the 1.7 M € of credits mobilized in this call for projects have not all been used up.

"It was our lucky day", analyze afterwards Chloé and Aurélia, kingpins of the project.Officiating respectively at the third place Station A and at Oc'Live, the two young women were truly "thrilled" by this participation in the development of 'a common project, all the more so as it allows them to defend and promote values of sharing and a certain philosophy of life more in line with nature, themes to which they fully adhere.

The project defended by Station A and Oc'Live consists of the construction of an educational farm within the enclosure of the stud farms (rue Eugène-Loup), as well as a market gardening area on a land covered with brambles of 250 m2 in the back of the Club.

Posted Date: 2020-11-09

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