An incredibly topical problem
From an elusive inhabitant of the maquis in fairly delimited areas of the country, the wild boar has evolved over the years to become a wild ubiquitous and constantly increasing, with all that follows in terms of damage to agricultural crops, woodland and fauna, road safety and health. In order to deal with the issue in a concrete and decisive way, it is necessary to strengthen and make even more efficient the synergy between the targeted withdrawal interventions and the strengthening of the management aspects with a national approach. For this purpose and with the aim of progressively involving all the Italian regions, Federcaccia Toscana - UCT and Federcaccia Emilia-Romagna, with the collaboration of Federcaccia Nazionale, have organized a study day dedicated to the "Management of wild boar - a complex but possible activity ”, which will be held on 27 May starting at 9:30 at Villa Viviani, Via G. D'Annunzio 218 in Florence.
The topics of the round table
The meeting will be divided into two sections: the first dedicated to the study reports and the second which will develop into a round table which will see the representatives of the parties involved in putting into practice the best management strategies to deal with the issue in the area. After the greetings of the National President of Federcaccia Massimo Buconi, the works will open with the report of Marco Salvadori, President of Federcaccia Toscana-UCT "Experiences for a balanced relationship between management and hunting tradition" to then continue with those of Tiziano Pizzasegola, Coordinator Atc Emilia- Romagna “Management experience in Emilia-Romagna”; Marco Apollonio, University of Sassari "The Tuscan experience in the management of wild boar"; Andrea Campanile, President of Federcaccia Liguria, "New extraordinary national plan for the containment of ASF"; Alberto Maria Bruni, Federcaccia legal office coordinator “Law 157/92: application and improvement proposals to the wildlife control plan”; Paolo Pini, President of Federcaccia Emilia-Romagna "What is the involvement of the hunting world?".
The round table, moderated by the hunting journalist Matteo Brogi, will instead see the confrontation between Sen. Patrizio Giacomo La Pietra, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Agriculture; Stefania Saccardi, Vice-President of the Tuscany Region Council; Alessio Mammi, Emilia-Romagna Region Councilor for agriculture and agri-food, hunting and fishing; Fabrizio Filippi, President of Coldiretti Tuscany; Luca Brondelli, Executive Board of Confagricoltura; Gabriele Carenini, CIA President of Piedmont – CIA National Head of Wildlife; Luca Santini, President of Federparchi; Massimo Buconi, National President of Federcaccia (Italian Hunting Federation Press Office).