I present an image of a natural, hilly landscape, which over tie has been shaped by sheep.

The result is the maintenance and upkeep of meadows, even in places that are difficult to access, allowing landscapes to be maintained that do not return to wooded wasteland.

Thus, promoting the biodiversity of large areas of landscape maintaining it in the state allowing agricultural activity, tourist interest while evolving in a very slow and respectful way towards the landscape.

This image is the best representation of a future that respects the notion of sustainability.

Rural landscape category:
- Food and livelihood security
- Landscapes and Seascapes Features

Author(s): David De Pelsmaecker
Photo Credit: David De Pelsmaecker
Country: Belgium

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