It’s the twentieth anniversary of the Committee of Preservation of the Cuenca Machangara River. This body was created in 1998 by a cooperation agreement among eight public organizations that operate in the region. The eight institutions that make-up this committee are: Ministry of Environment (MAE), The National Secretariat of Water (Senagua), Electro Generadora del Austro (Elecaustro), Universidad de Cuenca, the Azuay Prefecture, ETAPA EP, the Ministry of Agriculture and Cattle Farming (MAG) and the General Board of Users of the Machangara Irrigation System. The Machangara area is located to the north of Cuenca, further away from the industrial park. The…
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