Strawberries, raspberries, potatoes, cheeses and yogurt are among the main products of Oasi Dynamo Società Agricola, which since 2015 has been dealing with small, non-intensive and high-quality productions. Aiming at the recovery of agricultural, livestock and forestry traditions of the area.
Conservation of the territory and the biohydro-geological balance of the area. Recovery of agricultural, livestock and forestry traditions of the area. Non-intensive and high quality productions. It is on these elements that Oasi Dynamo Società Agricola has been operating since 2015. And the results are excellent products that are enjoyed by Dynamo Camp and Dynamo Academy guests, and partly sold through small local businesses. Small fruits, potatoes, cheeses and yogurt are among the main products. From mid-June to mid-July it is time for organic strawberries, of different varieties: 700 kilos are produced per year, and are offered loose or in packs of 250 or 500 grams. Throughout July it is the turn of raspberries, always organic, about 150 kilos per season. At the end of August it is time for potatoes, organic, with yellow and white flesh, and yellow and red skin, with a production that reaches 10 quintals per year. With cheese, all produced from organic milk, we reach 5 thousand kilos per year, including aged cheese, produced from whole unpasteurized milk, raw, caciotte and primo sale, both from pasteurized whole milk, ricotta and whole white yogurt.
In addition to the production itself, Oasi offers those who pass by in this wonderful place the opportunity to learn about the productions and methods of this very special agricultural enterprise. Among them, this year, the students who in July took part in the Social Enterpreneurship and Civic Engagement course of Dynamo Academy in collaboration with Active English (next edition in summer 2021 or activated on request): they visited the productions and learned what it means to be a “protected area” and to practice agriculture in harmony with the environment and in accordance with the principles of the European Union’s rural development policy.
Source: DYBC MAGAZINE