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Développement de filières agricoles de qualité : un outil pour la valorisation des ressources locales et la protection de l'environnement : Travail prospectif dans l'impluvium de Vittel-Contrexéville pour le développement des filières lait et viande issues de prairies permanentes

Abstract : How to combine territorial constraint and economic profitability ? This is the question that farmers and actors in the Vittel-Contrexéville impluvium are asking themelves. This area, which is sensitive to phytonsanitary and nitrogen pollution, is managed in such a way that mineral water extraction can continue. To preserve this resource, the share of permanent grassland is significant on the territory. Sometimes seen as a constraint, grassland provides many ecosystem benefits, carbon storage, biodiversity conservation...Dairy products and meat from pasturing animals are of better nutritional quality. A questionnaire among the actors involved in the restoration of the impluvium provides a first overview of the opportunities for local development of agricultural production. It appears that the development of quality spinnerest must be supported by qualitative and stringent specifications that highlignt the particularities of impluvium products. It is a sustainable way to develop a virtuous economic activity in this rural territory.
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Adrien Potier. Développement de filières agricoles de qualité : un outil pour la valorisation des ressources locales et la protection de l'environnement : Travail prospectif dans l'impluvium de Vittel-Contrexéville pour le développement des filières lait et viande issues de prairies permanentes. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨hal-03176871⟩

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