Volunteers will be involved in reconditioning the green area surrounding the Mina Camelia, close to the city center. Work will consist of clearing invasive weed and vegetation, leveling the ground and placing benches and urban furnishing to create a public park for the community.
Volunteers will be hosted in the community center CRIC, with kitchen and complete facilities where cots will be installed. The food will be prepared by the volunteers.
Pachuca is a city in the central plateau in Mexico, surrounded by mountains and natural parks.
The Ruta Arqueologica Minera is a global project promoted by the local municipality that intends to connect small communities and industrial heritage sites through a touristic route and cultural activities. Although Pachuca is proud of its mining past, the sites have not been used for a long time and the people that once worked there live in communities now disconnected from the city and lacking basic services. The complex system of mines and related factories mark different stages of industrial activity, starting with the late XVIth century and the presence of Spanish conquerors, British technology from the XIXth century, all the way to the XXth century, which brought electricity and the latest interventions during the American era. Volunteers will contribute to the restoration of green areas in order to create public spaces for the communities that surround the sites, as well as creating cultural activities to involve citizenship and attract tourism.
English will be the official language in the camp.