FAPAS plants apple trees in a high mountain area with a high incidence of wildlife animals.
The widespread criticism that wildlife prevents certain rural activities in the mountains can be overcome with new protection techniques. This is stated by the Fund for the Protection of Wild Animals and to demonstrate it has planted an apple orchard in the high mountains.
Deer and wild boars roam freely in that plantation of the council of Teverga. They are abandoned farms or that are simply used as horse pasture. Now, thanks to the new tree protection systems, these farms can be put back into value with fruit plantations such as apple trees. Metal protectors have been specifically developed to ensure the survival of trees, even if there are wildlife on the farms or grazing horses or cows.
The nature conservation organization has been working for years in the field of fruit plantations and mountain beekeeping to find solutions between the necessary maintenance of agricultural activity in rural areas and the conservation of the rich biological heritage that Asturias has .