Walking across the fields and the farm to understand its life, learning on site with your eyes, hands and through the sense of smell how knowledge, culture and respect for biodiversity contribute to the growth of an economy and to an eco-friendly development.
A tour of a little ethnographic museum with 26 stops, to be taken slowly.
26 panels describing cultivations, the use of the rooms and of the buildings of the farm, the activity carried out and the profession of men and women who have experienced the peasant economy.
26 stops that will enable you to rediscover the agricultural culture and traditions, the ancient origin of some irrigation techniques such as the water meadow, the tastes and colours of a rural world that is perfectly integrated with the natural environment of the Ticino Park.
Let’s discover together organic agriculture and the primary importance of biodiversity