By Thomas Dax, Federal Institute of Agricultural Economics, Rural and Mountain Research (BAB), Austria.
I’d like to turn our attention to recognize highland-lowland interactions as an old paradigm which was foundational for the interest in mountain areas, the changing perceptions towards using them, and realizing the values we attach to them. (more…)
Andreja Borec, University of Maribor, Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Slovenia.
Slovenia is a mountainous country with 72,3% of its territory defined as LFA (Areas of Less Favourable Farming). Most of northern part is dominated by the Alps, that reach their southeastern limit of distribution in Slovenia by forested plateau of Pohorje. (more…)