The priority objectives of the law setting up the River Sile Regional Natural Park include:
Compatible with the needs of environmental improvement, the farming sector is therefore the one with which the Park works closest, promoting opportunities and technical and financial benefits, initiating production conversion and experimenting with new forms of environmentally compatible farming and methods for improving biotopes.
The Park is in fact the ideal place for measures involving ecocompatible agriculture.
Relationships have been established between the Park and the relevant institutions, sector associations and farmers with the aim of implementing specific programmes as provided for by the Plan. In the case of the "farming and animal rearing sector", this involves:
Considered as a resource of drinking water, the drainage basin of the Sile involves a vast area which affects the quality of the environment well beyond the geographical borders of the Park.
This therefore benefits other crops and their quality, distinctiveness and genuineness. Fruit and vegetables such as peaches, peppers and the sweet potato from Zero Branco are all examples of special products closely associated with their land of origin.