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    • Agriculture and terraced landscape in Cembra Valley (Trentino, Italy) A case study of reciprocal promotion Damiano Zanotelli Cuzco, 19-22 May 2014
    • Where we are Val di Cembra
    • Main Features of Cembra Valley WINE PRODUCTION PORFID ROCK and NATURAL RESOURCES
    • Grape harvest
    • Sustainable Development Project • 3 actions: 1. Valorizazion of local agricultural products 2. Agro-biodiversity and organic farming 3. Collaborations with ITLA Financed by:
    • 1. Valorization of traditional agricultural products • Objectives – Improve cohesion between producers and economic operators – Diffusion of concepts related to a sustainable development an to the importance of maintaining the traditional terraced system • Methods – Courses on economic and environmental aspects of Cembra Valley – Meetings to reinforce relationships among different stakeholders • Risultati: – The map „Navigare in Valle di Cembra“ represents a good synthesis of the results.
    • 2. Agro-biodiversity and organic farming
    • 2. Agro-biodiversity and organic farming
    • Collaborations with ITLA • Objectives: • To Tranfer the founding principles of ITLA • Reinforce a netwoork among different terraced areas of Italy to promote the contemporary value of terraced landscapes • Results: • Survey and interviews about the traditional knowledge (small publication „Working the Landscape“) • ITLA conference, Albiano (Cembra Valley) May 2013 • A dry stone course: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUB8g6-6NQg • Documentary and website „Talking stones“
    • a BLIND TEST Influence of the Landscape quality on wine preference degradato monotono ben conservato evocativo Prof. T. Tempesta (University of Padova) Albiano (Cembra Valley) 5 maggio 2013 Study conducted in Veneto region (Italy) with the «conjoint analysis» methodology on 224 interviews, 5 series of tasting and 4wines per serie
    • CONCLUSIONS • Due to the high costs of cultivating on terraces there is a need of a cultural maturation of the whole community, which should understand all the benefits of a well maintained landscape and consider the option of sustain the system either by a fair trade or by public contributions • There is a general increasing interest on the agricultural sector made. The agricultural activity should be also economically sustainable to make any restoration project durable for years. • It is important to keep going the debate about the contemporary value of the terraces and the work done by ITLA in this field is particularly remarkable
    • And thank you for your hospitality and your attention  Thanks to the main collaborators: