The Majella National Park (MNP) is a tangible example of the interaction between ex-situ and in-situ conservation of endemic, rare, or endangered species at a Regional level in the context of the Italian national parks. The MNP has the facilities and carries out activities for the conservation of plant biodiversity: it includes botanical gardens, a seed bank, a nursery, and a network of "guardian farmers", an authentic "granary" in which to protect and conserve biodiversity in and around the Majella massif (central Italy).

The Majella national park: A case study for the conservation of plant biodiversity in the Italian apennines

Di Musciano M.;
2020

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The Majella National Park (MNP) is a tangible example of the interaction between ex-situ and in-situ conservation of endemic, rare, or endangered species at a Regional level in the context of the Italian national parks. The MNP has the facilities and carries out activities for the conservation of plant biodiversity: it includes botanical gardens, a seed bank, a nursery, and a network of "guardian farmers", an authentic "granary" in which to protect and conserve biodiversity in and around the Majella massif (central Italy).
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