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IVES 9 IVES Conference Series 9 Proposta per un parco produttivo agrovitivinicolo dei “colli piacentini”

Proposta per un parco produttivo agrovitivinicolo dei “colli piacentini”

Abstract

Le Dipartimento di Progettazione dell ‘Architettura del Politecnico di Milano et l’Istituto di Viticoltura della Facoltà d’Agraria di Piacenza dell’Università Cattolica del Sacra Cuore, ont elaboré une proposition pour réaliser, dans l’aire de colline de la province de Piacenza, un Parco Produttivo Agrovitivinicolo. Le but est de favoriser une organisation économique et d’ambiance de l’espace rural de façon à mettre en relation le territoire avec ses ressources, le système des entreprises et les centres de recherche et de développement, afin de poursuivre de nouveaux objectifs plus avancés en termes de qualité de produit et de con­servation des agroécosystèmes. Il y a en effect de strictes relations entre modernisation de l’agriculture, sauvegarde du milieu et developpement intégré du territoire. La proposition du P.P.A. se rencontre positivement en la presence de spécifications locales adressées à l’innovation, comme les structures universitaires et de recherche, les entreprises agroviticoles conduites par de hauts niveaux d’entreprenariat, la présence d’un territoire, celui de la colline, à vocation caractéristiques pédologiques, morphologiques et clima­tiques particulières, à la culture du raisin et, par valeurs de paysage et de culture exeptionelles, au developpement du tourisme innovatif, comme l’éco-tourisme e le tourisme rural.

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Publication date: March 2, 2022

Issue: Terroir 1998

Type: Article

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FREDI DRUGMAN (1), MARIO FREGONl (2), GIACOMO MONTANARl (1), ALBERTO VERCESl (2)

(1) Dipartimento di Progettazione dell’Architettura del Politecnico di Milano, Via C. Golgi,20133 Milano, ltaly
(2) lstituto di Viticoltura della Facoltà di Agraria di Piacenza dell’U.C.S.C, Via Emilia Parmense, 8429100 Piacenza, ltaly

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