Social Farming in Italy. Analysis of an «inclusive model» [unknown]

Francesca Giarè, Patrizia Borsotto, Ilaria Signoriello
The growing understanding of potential role of agricultural and rural resources to enhance the social, physical, mental and economic well-being draw the attention of an increasing range of stakeholders on Social Farming. The contribute discloses the main results of a study focusing Social farming in Italy: actors, activity, networks of relationships within which the initiatives are implemented, agreements among heterogeneous actors, etc. The main aim is to provide a whole analysis of the
more » ... lysis of the possible processes of social and working inclusion in agriculture activities, including purposes and methods, highlighting the strengths and weaknesses in the framework of the current welfare and rural development systems.
doi:10.13128/rea-25107 fatcat:dpn4kzysnnf45p23sfgpnfe6hm