In this place made up of many typical peasant bio houses, the families of the assignee peasants lived by buying only salt and matches. Starting from this concept, Agricola Capone proposes the laboratories of all the different agri-food and artisan chains that produced the needs for families of even more than 10 members.

These peasant villages, in which there was a shop, a church and some essential services, represented a social structure that was also a school of businesses for various peasant families who settled there. The same, with sacrifice, have learned a trade that was not only that of cultivating the land, but that of “getting by”, with the few natural resources available, in producing agro-

pastoral handicrafts such as benches, cola cola whistles , dry stone walls as well as infused with medical herbs and food supplies for the freezing winters.