Preventing soil erosion is key in maintaining biodiversity. This is why when planting we choose the orientation that is least sloping. In terrains where this is not possible, planting is carried out following the curves of the level, always trying to minimise the soil erosion that occurs when the rainfall exceeds the terrain’s capacity to absorb.
The slopes are repopulated so that the plants themselves can establish a structure. In addition, drainage is built so that heavy downpours do not provoke floods within the plots, causing soil loss.