The Luiss Community Garden expands to host medicinal and aromatic plants, including rare species, as a virtuous example of biodiversity. The event is part of a project in partnership with the Carabinieri Command of Units for Forestry Environmental and Agri-Food Protection, with the participation of Colonel Raffaele Pio Manicone, Commander of Biodiversity Group in Rome.
Participants have the opportunity to learn about the life and development of medicinal and aromatic plants up close and learn about therapeutic benefits, present in 25% of existing medications.
The event is held in Italian
This initiative is part of the third annual Sustainable Development Festival