We participated in the Final Workshop of the Interreg PhytoSUDOE project (Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain, October 11th, 2018). PhytoSUDOE´s main objective has been the management of degraded environments and their restoration by means of applying novel phytoremediation techniques that promote biodiversity, enhance ecosystem functionality and enable the sustainable use of resources. By implementing phytomanagement techniques, we have restored the functionality and provision of ecosystem services from currently contaminated or degraded natural sites. During this Final Conference, we have presented our results to stakeholders (administrative bodies, regulators, private companies, general public, scientific community, etc.). In particular, during the Final Workshop, Carlos Garbisu presented our results on the beneficial effects of phytomanagement on soil biodiversity, with special emphasis on soil microorganisms.