Round Table: Sheep Transhumance in Northern Apennines and Piedmontese Alps
BRA-Stand Università di Scienze Gastronomiche – Piazza XX Settembre
Some contingencies at risk of extinction of Apennine sheep breeds (Marana sheep, Genoese Casalinna), and of Alps (Brigasca sheep, Sambucana sheep etc.) related to small scale dairy productions. They are crucial to preserve mountain diets.
A look at the transhumance systems in the past shows how these past livestock movements have modeled, in a specific and unique way, the forms and environmental contents of alpine pastures, winter pastures, and the landscapes of viticulture.
Free entry while seats last.
Luisa Sturani, Università di Torino
Diego Moreno Lasa, Università di Genova
Roberta Cevasco, UniSG