The elaboration activities of the collective project consist of three phases, each corresponding to a work package.
– PHASE 1 –
“Project Management” phase, active for the overall duration of the project, through which the technical-administrative management of the same is carried out, or coordination, monitoring and reporting activities are carried out.
– PHASE 2 –
Phase of “Feasibility studies“, through which, through the technical monitoring of minor water resources and through the activation of experimental sites, data and information useful for feasibility analyzes will be collected which will illustrate the potential for the application of the different techniques illustrated in the objectives of the project for the achievement of the environmental goals illustrated.
– PHASE 3 –
Phase of “Animation and dissemination of results“, also active for the entire duration of the project, through which farms are supported so that they are promoters of local development and the socio-economic potential connected to the expected environmental results is illustrated to the community from the collective project.
The organizational model that has been chosen to adopt is essentially based on a territorial approach that sees a subject, specifically CUGRI, which operates as a proponent of the territorial project, which indicates commitments and priorities in terms of location and objectives to be achieved and ensuring at the same time the necessary information, training and assistance to farmers and other potential beneficiaries. CUGRI ensures the involvement of various subjects in the process of designing and implementing the project, but the beneficiary of the aid maintains its individual autonomy and responsibility towards the managing authority and the paying agency, participating individually in the measure or package of planned measures. The model was formalized through the establishment of an ATS (Temporary Purpose Association) which is responsible for the various project activities. At the top of the structure is the figure of the RTS (Scientific Technical Manager) who has the tasks of coordinating and supervising the correct execution of the activities defined in the collective project in compliance with the time schedule. He is also the technical contact person for the project for all relations with the Implementing Body, also in the name and on behalf of the other partners. Therefore, the technical-organizational model that has been intensively tested is constituted by a public research body with the role of leader, with a central role in the partnership, and which, supported by one or more local public bodies, promotes and coordinates the various activities described. from the collective project, so that these can be implemented in the companies belonging to the partnership, in order to obtain the agricultural, environmental and economic benefits illustrated.