In our project the support of the fishermen was of fundamental importance, their help invaluable. Even today they are our “eye” on the rivers: thanks to Michele Castaldi (FIPSAS Isernia) and Giovanni Peluso (Associazione Amici del Volturno) for these beautiful photos “live” from the Volturno.
This morning, at around 10.25am, an excellent report edited by Cristina Petrucci on the technical innovations of our project was broadcast on SpazioLibero, on the national Rai3. Filmed last March, on the occasion of the final event, the report illustrates the fundamental actions of LIFE NatsalMo through interviews with the protagonists: Nicolaia Iaffaldano, Unimol, Project…
The Regional Assembly of the National Table of River Contracts has just concluded in Campobasso, convened to take stock of the current situation in Molise and to set out the future objectives of sustainable local development. Speaking for NatSalMo were Nicolaia Iaffaldano, Department of Agriculture, Environment and Food – Unimol, Andrea De Marco, President of…
The seminar on the management of freshwater fish fauna organized in Ceraso attracted a large audience of enthusiasts, sector experts and interested citizens. We are grateful to Regione Campania and Fipsas Salerno for inviting us and to Pierpaolo Gibertoni for his detailed presentation of our project.
The dissemination of the innovative techniques and excellent results obtained from our project continues on Friday 29 September with the seminar on the management of freshwater fish fauna organized in Ceraso (SA), at the Cilento National Park.
Today in Prague the report on the NatSalMo cryobank was welcomed with great interest by all the participants in the XVII European Congress of Ichthyology. Furthermore, the European Commission complimented Nicolaia Iaffaldano for the high degree of technical innovation and the concrete possibilities of replicability in other contexts.
Some photos from last Saturday’s event in Pontremoli. Thank you all!
The salient phases of the NatSalMo protocol of cryopreservation of native trout sperm in a video pill. Thanks to this innovative technique, the flagship of our project, we are able to preserve the precious genetic resources of these magnificent creatures, contributing to their protection and safeguarding the aquatic ecosystem.
We are off to a great start with the dissemination events: next Saturday 26 August in Pontremoli we will also talk about our project as a virtuous example of protection and conservation of the native trout.
To receive the paper copy, we will have to wait for autumn, when we will start promoting and distributing them in person, but in the meantime our Guidelines are available here: