LAG

GAL

Local Action Group

The Local Action Group (LAG), generally organised in a consortium society, is a partnership structure made up of public and private actors united by the intention of favouring the local development of a rural area. The LAGs are beneficiaries of contributions under the Community Initiative programme LEADER (Liaisons Entre Actions de Développement de l'Economie Rurale) and in particular: 

  • manage the financial contributions made by the European Union through the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD); 
  • develop rural development strategies (OSH and ALMP); 
  • are responsible for and promote the implementation of development strategies capable of delivering new forms of employment; 
  • promote the increase of the territorial and social fabric and of the production chains; 
  • generate endogenous and lasting developmental dynamics; 
  • stimulate activities aimed at enhancing the distinctive features and competitive factors of each rural area.

The 23 LAGs present in Puglia have oriented their Local Development Strategies (LDS) and their programming to the innovation of local food, craft or manufacturing production systems, to the development of energy supply chains, to social promotion and urban requalification, passing through the enhancement of cultural heritage and sustainable tourism or, so-called “slow".

GAL

Local Action Group

The Local Action Group (LAG), generally organised in a consortium society, is a partnership structure made up of public and private actors united by the intention of favouring the local development of a rural area. The LAGs are beneficiaries of contributions under the Community Initiative programme LEADER (Liaisons Entre Actions de Développement de l'Economie Rurale) and in particular: 

  • manage the financial contributions made by the European Union through the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD); 
  • develop rural development strategies (OSH and ALMP); 
  • are responsible for and promote the implementation of development strategies capable of delivering new forms of employment; 
  • promote the increase of the territorial and social fabric and of the production chains; 
  • generate endogenous and lasting developmental dynamics; 
  • stimulate activities aimed at enhancing the distinctive features and competitive factors of each rural area.

The 23 LAGs present in Puglia have oriented their Local Development Strategies (LDS) and their programming to the innovation of local food, craft or manufacturing production systems, to the development of energy supply chains, to social promotion and urban requalification, passing through the enhancement of cultural heritage and sustainable tourism or, so-called “slow".

The Apulian LAGs, click on the map

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  1. Gal Daunia Rurale 2020
  2. Gal Gargano Agenzia di Sviluppo
  3. Gal Meridaunia
  4. Gal Daunofantino
  5. Gal Tavoliere
  6. Gal Murgia Più
  7. Gal Le città di Castel del Monte
  8. Gal Ponte Lama
  9. Gal Nuovo Fior d'Olivi
  1. Gal Terre di Murgia
  2. Gal Sud Est Barese
  3. Gal Terra dei Trulli e di Barsento
  4. Gal Luoghi del Mito e delle Gravine
  5. Gal Valle d'Itria
  6. Gal Magna Grecia
  7. Gal Alto Salento 2020
  8. Gal Terra dei Messapi
  9. Gal Terre del Primitivo
  10. Gal Terra d'Arneo
  11. Gal Valle della Cupa
  12. Gal Isola Salento
  13. Gal Porta a Levante
  14. Gal Capo di Leuca

Gal Daunia Rurale 2020

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Gal Gargano Agenzia di Sviluppo

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Gal Le città di Castel del Monte

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Gal Nuovo Fior d'Olivi

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Gal Terra dei Trulli e di Barsento

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Gal Luoghi del Mito e delle Gravine

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Gal Terre del Primitivo

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