How a village in the Parco Nazionale dell’Appennino Tosco Emiliano is thriving, thanks to volunteers.
Environment in Lunigiana
With summer on the horizon, it is time to start thinking about the garden.
La Notte di San Lorenzo takes place on 10 August, and it is traditionally the time that Italians look to the sky in the hope of seeing a shooting star.
The countryside in Lunigiana gets ready for the new season.
This year it was Lunigiana’s Aullela river that caused the worst damage in the recent floods.
This year’s extreme summer heat and drought is expected to reduce the olive harvest by between 20-30%.
Minor and severe earthquake tremors are common in Lunigiana. But what is the overall risk of a bad earthquake, and what should one do if one happens?
Find out about life on a farm in Lunigiana by volunteering.