This page reports studies and researches collected in the course of the ALPTER project. Various kinds of papers have been put together (essays, maps and so on) by the project partners.
Here below are presented the results of ongoing activities in various pilot areas chosen for mapping and monitoring the terracements. The progress of the works was presented in the last internal (...)
From 11th to 15th of November 2010 the First Terraced Landscapes World Conference took place in Yunnan (China). The event gathered people from all over the world to bring together knowledge and (...)
The 5th Meeting of the partners of Project ALPTER took place in Aigen-Schlagl (Upper Austria) on 8/9 May 2006, organized by BOKU University of Vienna. The meeting was aimed at evaluating the (...)
Here below you find the first informations from the Alliance coordinator:
Dear friends and colleagues of the International Alliance for Terraced Landscapes (ITLA),
We would like to share the (...)
In the last years peripheral mountain areas under risk of abandonment have emerged as one of the key issues for territorial policies of many regions. Among the international projects confronting (...)
A large-scale research about terraced areas of Region Liguria in Italy. General survey of terracements, statistical data about slope, exposition, etc. Produced by Regione Liguria with University (...)
In occasion of the project meeting in Goriska Brda (Slovenia), held on the 12th and 13th of October, 2006, the latest methodological proposals have been presented as regards the main topics faced (...)
Notes and observations on the problem of managing agricultural terraces: recovery, maintenance, land use, natural risk and more. Written for partner A.D.I. by Prof. A.Dagorne
From the (...)
On June 20th a group of associations gathered spontaneously in Arnasco (SV) to establish an Italian Section of the International Alliance of terraced landscapes, created from the first World (...)
Here below you find the second circular from the coordinator of the International Alliance for Terraced Landscapes:
Dear friends of ITLA, this is a new circular letter from Peru.
We visited (...)