La Fabula e l’Arbiciolù will be holding its eleventh event on Thursday 17 December at 8.45 p.m. with two experienced and undoubtedly high-quality guests.
The meeting will be a double interview with two exponents of the world of food and environmental sustainability.
Maurizio Gily, an agronomist and journalist, born in Turin, decided at a certain point in his life to leave and move to Monferrato. After completing his studies, he obtained a master’s degree in oenology and worked as a consultant in vineyards in various parts of Italy, as well as spreading technical/scientific knowledge. As a freelance journalist, until 2018 he edited the magazine Millevigne, “Il periodico dei viticoltori italiani”, with which he continues to collaborate as a freelancer. He teaches viticulture at the International University of Gastronomic Sciences in Pollenzo, is a good taster and judge in various national and international competitions.
The second speaker is Paolo di Croce, born in Bra, Secretary General of Slow Food, Director of the Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity. He graduated in Environmental Engineering and Territory from Turin Polytechnic and began his career in the Slow Food association in 1999. He worked on the Ark of Taste and Presidia projects and was appointed President of the Terra Madre Committee in 2014, coordinating the organisation of the first edition of Terra Madre, the world meeting of food communities. He is now the Secretary General of the Terra Madre Foundation at world level.
Together they will talk about biodiversity and environmental sustainability, describing Terra Madre and its evolution, its value at local level, and concluding with a more specific overview of the Piedmont region and its food and wine vocations.
The “Cultural Reclame” is entrusted to a musician friend, Paolo Bonfanti, who together with Federico Sacchi, actor and eclectic character, will tell, play and move us.
The meeting is free and can be viewed on the CÀMON YouTube channel.
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Event languages: IT