The brigades are formed by volunteers from the communities (minimum of 10 people) who participate in the prevention and control of forest fires. They are trained and equipped, and they raise awareness and promote fire prevention among community members.

It involves protecting and maintaining the natural areas of your community to preserve the flora, fauna, soil, and water through ecological pruning campaigns, cleaning, monitoring, watering, and maintenance of natural areas.

Reforestation with native species is a crucial activity in the water planting and harvesting strategy. Trees such as Queuña, Chachacomo, Molle, etc., have the characteristic of retaining water from the environment and filtering it into aquifers, significantly reducing runoff.