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ARACNE aims to build a knowledge bank for the Silk Innovation Ecosystems in Cevennes, Murcia, Padua, Soufli, Tbilisi, Vratsa, and in the context of the European Neighbourhood Policy for a better understanding of European silk-related arts, culture, genetics, landscape, production, industrial and built heritage and values.

Schools take part in the ARACNE project by collecting data on the spot and giving testimony about how sericulture, as a unifying factor but with regional differences, shaped European territories, landscapes, arts, cultures, genetics, production, industrial, and built heritage, and values through mulberry cultivation and silkworm rearing, silk processing, and trading.

Deliverable 2023

Schools take part in the ARACNE project by collecting data on the spot and giving testimony about how sericulture, as a unifying factor but with regional differences, shaped European territories, landscapes, arts, cultures, genetics, production, industrial, and built heritage, and values through mulberry cultivation and silkworm rearing, silk processing, and trading.
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Guidance model to collect data for schools and communities with tutorial and instructions.
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November – January
Meetings with experts
1
January – February
Meeting with ArcGIS mapping expert
X
January – March
Field research by students
X
Aprile – May
Material reworking and map creation
1+1
May
Map Finishing and Presentation
June
Competition for the best cultural map

Timing of activity

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Teacher area
Content for teachers and tutors
Collect data
Identify a cultural point of interest
Entries
Participate with your school
Contact
Centre for agriculture and environment - Council for agricultural research and economics