For an education connected to the land, its fruits and the communities that depend on it. The world is indebted to conceive an education that incorporates sustainability as a fundamental dimension. Scholas seeks to encourage citizen participation of young people in the light of environmental ethics, in other words, in the care of the "common home".

    This program brings together students from rural and agro-technical schools to work together for the environment. It puts into practice the creation of agroecological gardens that allow young people and their communities to produce their own food and understand first-hand the cycles of nature and the foundations of healthy eating.

    This project, worked in common with the Scout movement, responds with an "Always ready!" to the call of Pope Francis to take care of our "common home". Young people from schools in different socio-economic contexts, and Scout groups, work to cope with the socio-environmental crisis that affects our planet.