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|Title: ||Small farms, evolving typologies to support policy making|
|Authors: ||Galli, Francesca|
Pinto Correia, Teresa
|Issue Date: ||Jun-2019|
|Citation: ||Francesca Galli1, Paolo Prosperi, Teresa Pinto Correia, Maria Rivera Mendez, Gianluca Brunori. Small farms, evolving typologies to support policy making. 8th AIEAA Conference ?Tomorrow?s Food: Diet transition and its implications on health and the environment? 13-14 June, 2019 Pistoia, Italy|
|Abstract: ||Small family farms represent the largest number of farmers globally. Farm - household needs and dynamics balance self-provisioning and economic integration in different ways. Small farm households interact with territorial food systems in different ways in different context.
What is the contribution of different small farm types and strategies to regional food system outcomes?
This work elaborates on what is a small farm and the patterns between food system types, strategies and contributions to food system outcomes. Building upon SALSA project results (farm types and strategies, types of food system) case study examples show a variety of links between farm types – strategies – food system outcomes.|
|Appears in Collections:||MED - Comunicações - Em Congressos Científicos Internacionais|
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