SAVE Network Partner in Italy
R.A.R.E. (Razze Autoctone a Rischio di Estinzione) is the first Italian Association for Endangered Rare Breeds.
The mission of R.A.R.E. is the conservation of local and endangered Italian domestic breeds for their scientific, cultural, economic and environmental role. It also promotes educational activities and divulge information on the numerical status of endangered breeds.
R.A.R.E. is associated to the European SAVE-Foundation.
The members of R.A.R.E are currently working on conservation projects for the following breeds:
In the next years R.A.R.E. will keep on working on specific conservation projects for creating a national network of "caretakers" among owners of endangered Italian breeds, the so called "allevatori custodi" network.
|Razze Autoctone a Rischio di Estinzione
Dr. Riccardo Fortina, chairman
|Via Nemo Sottili, 1, I-42123 Reggio Emilia RE|
The association „Sortengarten Südtirol“ is committed to the preservation of local diversity in fruit and vegetable varieties and livestock breeds.
The goal is to identify the crop varieties and the richness of livestock breeds and to secure them for the future. To achieve the objectives and to implement the program 3 specialist groups are active: - Specialist group for fruit - Specialist group for vegetables - Specialist group for livestock The services of the organizations include the following activities:
|Sortengarten Suedtirol, Penegalstrasse 21/A, I-39100 Bolzano|