On October 23rd and 24th we received the visit of our NEEMO consortium monitor to monitor the status of the CONVIVE LIFE project and its actions. During her visit we were able to review in the field the different implementation actions of the project: the removal of the invasive species Baccharis halimifolia, the hydrodynamic restoration of the Capitan estuary, the removal of opportunistic macroalgae in the Joyel lagoon, the green filter for the purification of saline water in Tina Menor and the hydrodynamic regulation of the Soano lagoon, among others. In this sense, it is worth mentioning that the CONVIVE LIFE project has already entered its final phase and all these actions are already in their follow-up phase.