Extensive pastures, typical of pastoral systems, give us healthier food because the animals graze on grasses and hay that humans couldn’t live off by themselves. Sheep and goats do not compact the terrain of their gentle pastures, but oxygenate it; their manure improves its fertility.
In a world overwhelmed by the climate crisis, sheep and goats represent an opportunity to revive the mountains and marginal areas. We start from the Alpine village of Paraloup, recovered by the Nuto Revelli Foundation and transformed into a model of sustainable development for the mountains, and tell other stories of pastoral revival.
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Cover image Saviore Valley Fatulì, Slow Food Presidium, Ph. Archivio Slow Food
Event languages: IT
Cortile delle scuole Maschili - Bra (Italy)