Study tour on mountain areas and natual parks management, June 2010Study tour on mountain areas and natual parks management, June 2010

A group of representatives from Montenegro visited Italy to see how mountain areas and natural parks can be managed and developed through farming and off-farming activities. The tour, organized by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and CEI (Central European Initiative), took place on 7 to 16 June 2010. They visited most significant Italian mountains (Gran Sasso, South Tyrol, Aosta Valley) and their natural parks. Meetings with local authorities as well as field visits provided examples of good practices for income generating activities and sustainable environmental policies in agrofood, forestry, animal husbandry and tourism sectors.

i. Study Tour Documentation
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Agenda of the Seminar at FAO Headquarters download
Agenda of the Study Tour download
List of Participants download
List of Persons Met download
ii. Presentations
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Gran Sasso - Agro-Silvo-Pastoral Service download
Gran Sasso - Marketing and Tourism Department download
Gran Sasso - Technical Department download
Seminar at FAO - Management of Protected Areas download
Seminar at FAO - Mountain Partnership download
Seminar at FAO - Natural Parks in Montenegro download
Seminar at FAO - Silva Mediterranea download
South Tyrol - Advisory Service for Mountain Farmers download
South Tyrol - Presentation of South Tyrol Region download
South Tyrol - World Heritage Site Dolomites download
Wrap up Session at FAO Headquarters download
iii. Study Tour Slideshow
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Study Tour Slide Show on Mountain Areas Development download
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