Exhibition "mountain pasture in the plural"

From Monday 27 January to Thursday 06 February 2020

Monday, Thursday, Friday

15:00 to 19:00

Location : Maison de l'Environnement
  • Photo moutons alpage Chamrousse
Photos exhibition about pastoralism: mountain pastures and animal breeder profession, at the Environement House at Chamrousse 1650
Photographs of current breeders in the Alpine territories in the framework of the project «Promoting gender equality in rural areas», at the initiative of the Rhône-Alpes Region. Approach of the shepherd’s profession as a formidable opportunity to better understand this work, the relations with the breeders employers and the paths of the shepherds and shepherds.

Second photo exhibition on this theme, this time with an approach focused on mountain pasture managers, shepherds' employers.
Who are these women and men, who are in charge of alpine pastures, how they manage relations with their shepherd-shepherdess-s and other players in alpine pasture, what are the tasks that weigh or please, and how we live as a woman or a man.

Free of charge.
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Event Organizer
Maison du Patrimoine et de l'Environnement
Phone : +33 4 76 89 96 05
Phone : +33 4 76 89 92 65
Location
Maison de l'Environnement
Exposition "L’alpage au pluriel"
680 routes des Trolles
Chamrousse 1650
38410
Chamrousse
  • Location :
    • Chamrousse 1650 - Recoin
  • Spoken language(s) :
    • French
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