In Cilento national park, in areas untouched by intensive farming, in the firm San Salvatore, they don’t cultivate the land: they take care of it, promoting its vocations, its traditions, its history. Day by day at San Salvatore, they study the production processes integrating them with the agro-environmental specific characteristics of the ground. This allows them to valorize a single microclimate, a hilly and mountainous land with a high level of biodiversity, rich in minerals and with persistent influences of the sea and an ideal sun exposure. In San Salvatore they give value to distributed knowledge, to that collective agricultural memory that finds its strength in the organic interaction among people, physical environment and biological environment.
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