This year we’ve decided to work on our sustainability and have created Bag Abruzzo for our ‘Don’t Let it Burn’ campaign. Each cloth bag tells a story about Abruzzo, which is always a great conversation opener and means to promote our favourite region
Living in Abruzzo
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Alongside the wonderful cheese awards presented to Abruzzo’s finest artisan producers was the expose in L’Espresso of how Abruzzo’s pastoralists are under threat by the presence of the Grazing Mafia across the region. Here’s how you can help!
We thought it may be fun to do something similar for Abruzzo that National Parks did in the US, using what some perceive as the bad to show off the good!
This post was written by Albina, who journeyed to Abruzzo with her Mother following the war in Ukraine. Here’s her account of life as a refugee that she kindly wrote after we had met her as part of our #CookForUkraine fundraising campaign.
Accounts and donations to UNICEF from our LifeInAbruzzo #CookForUkraine campaign
#CookForUkraine : Abruzzo – ‘Better Together’ Fundraiser Lunch & Day-Out
Join us on Sunday 27th March for a #CookForUkraine ‘Better Together’ fundraising lunch and day out for UNICEF.
Cook for Ukraine: Abruzzo
Every little counts in regard to the situation in Ukraine, so we are going to do our best to take part in the international ‘Cook for Ukraine’ initiative, raising funds for children via UNICEF, making this happen in Abruzzo and promote fundraising events where they are appropriate across the region
Lo Sdijuno – Abruzzo’s Healthy Eating Fasting Diet
If you are one of those people that races home to eat a weighty bowl of pasta before sleeping and laments why Italians can remain skinny on eating so many carbohydrates you’ve probably not heard of Abruzzo’s ‘Lo Sdijuno’!
Restoring Italy’s Wild Heart
There is a dynamic, growing community in Abruzzo that has answered the climate emergency and is working hard to restore the balance of Italy’s wild heart!
What a victory and brilliant news on an ecological front for Abruzzo particularly its young people. After 5 years of legal correspondence in a 10-year battle, the Italian Ecological and Cultural ministries have given the final rejection of the planned gas wells