Article 24 and 24 bis of this regional law regulate public intervention in favor of agriculture and preservation of heritage in mountainous areas.
► Regolamento regionale "Attuazione degli artt. 21 comma 9, 26 comma 3, 27 comma 4, 39 comma 1 e 43 comma 2 della L.R. 16 agosto 1993, n.26 "Norme per la protezione della fauna selvatica e per la tutela dell'quilibrio ambientale e disciplina dell'attività venatoria"", 4 August 2003
Chapter IV of this regional prescription regulates hunting in alpine areas. It completes the 1998 law.
This regional law recognizes mountainous areas as territories of regional interest. It aims at protecting their landscape, identity, values as well as morphological, cultural and ethical particularities and at promoting socio-economic development of local communities.
This regional prescription regulates professions of ski instructor and mountain guide and organizes the use of slopes in ski resorts.
Chapter IV of this regional law aims at promoting and regulating mountain sport : exercise of alpine professions, training courses, ski schools, etc.
One of the main objectives of the political and administrative action carried out by the Lombardia Region is the safeguard and promotion of mountain territories. For this purpose, the present Regional Act regulates the special interventions to be undertaken on mountains, in compliance with the principle of subsidiarity. The Act shall be enforced by the Communes, the Mountain Communities, the Provinces and the Regional Council. Article 3 creates the Regional Fund for Mountain, intended for funding the above-mentioned special interventions. The less-favoured areas shall be determined in accordance with the criteria and parameters to be fixed by the Regional Council. Therefore, the Mountain Communities shall classify their respective territories into the three homogeneous zones referred to in article 5. Title II of the Regional Act makes provision on territorial actions, taking into particular account the protection of forest resources (which is entrusted to the Mountain Communities as per article 7), the protection of green agricultural areas (art. 8) and environmental conservation interventions (art. 9). Title III concerns interventions relating to the economic system, giving particular attention to the development of agricultural and zootechnical activities. Article 6 refers to the recognition of mountain organizations by the Region. Further provisions regard subsidies to be granted in favour of the agricultural, hunting and fisheries sectors. Title VI provides for the establishment of the Mountain Committee and the Mountain Counsel.
This regional law aims at promoting and enhancing mountain and alpine economic activities (building and modernization of cableways, ski slopes and facilities) in order to ensure users' safety.
Article 27 of this regional law regulates hunting in alpine zones.
This regional law provides that the region supports financially among others the protection of wild heritage, the safety of tourism and the organization of avalanche services.