Many topics covered
It has just concluded in Florence, in the presence of the Provincial Presidents of the Federcaccia Toscana – UCT, the Association's last Regional Council of the year. Many topics were discussed by Regional President Marco Salvadori during the Council's work, also in view of the phase of renewal of positions which will affect the municipal, provincial and regional sections starting from the first months of next year. “We must move towards the conclusion of this mandate by trying to finalize as many concrete objectives as possible both at a local and regional level” declared Salvadori during his analysis. “We have made every effort, at all levels of the Association, to try to speed up the process of discussion and approval of the new Regional Wildlife and Hunting Plan with a written, substantial and concrete proposal, already delivered some time ago to the Department's office to Agriculture and Hunting of the Tuscany Region”.
Not just hunting activity
Then - after the introduction - the interventions of the participants followed, which touched on the most disparate topics relating to hunting activity and wildlife-environmental management at a regional level. From the issue of sedentary noble game, also in reference to the proposals made by the Federcaccia Toscana UCT to relaunch and manage it within the ATC with the new Hunting Faunistic Plan, to the need for a new and strengthened relationship with the agricultural world, up to the recent problems caused by the impact of the wolf on the territory, the fauna and also the dogs. In reference to this, it is worth highlighting the speech of the Regional Vice President Elisa Mazzei, who recalled the work carried out by Federcaccia Nazionale and the National Coordination of Federcaccia Hunters - presented in Rome in the presence of numerous national institutional representatives last October - on predation of the wolf on the dogs.
The thorniest issues
This is a topic that sees the Association involved and participating at a regional level, given the events of the last few days, which have also affected some members closely. Openly address all issues, even the most thorny ones such as that of the wolf, to protect hunting and hunters in a constantly evolving general social panorama, which, albeit slowly, is changing the way of approaching hunting, rural and management issues, which sees Tuscan hunters busy every day (The FIDC-UCT Secretariat).