This paper discusses the innovative potential of social farming, focusing on the case study of the Marche region in Italy, analysing the institutional and regulative framework as well as the local practices. The study highlights the gap between the regional policy framework characterised by the proposal of specific high-value projects and several innovative practices by small local entrepreneurs. The mismatch between regional policy and local practices outlines a controversial scenario, with the risk of narrowing the innovative potentiality of social farming.

Social farming: institutional context and local innovations in the Marche region

E. Vigano';A. Genova;M. Angioni
2020-01-01

Abstract

This paper discusses the innovative potential of social farming, focusing on the case study of the Marche region in Italy, analysing the institutional and regulative framework as well as the local practices. The study highlights the gap between the regional policy framework characterised by the proposal of specific high-value projects and several innovative practices by small local entrepreneurs. The mismatch between regional policy and local practices outlines a controversial scenario, with the risk of narrowing the innovative potentiality of social farming.
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