The development of local economies challenge current methods of production and consumption by encouraging the shortening of supply chains as much as possible. This paradigm shift causes a number of positive results for a region and its stakeholders, including the revitalization of the local economy by attracting entrepreneurs to the region, promoting local exchanges and systems of mutual aid, creating local jobs, developing locally processed resources, guaranteeing the origin of materials and their quality, and also reducing costs and environmental impact as well as strengthening relationships between residents and local entrepreneurs.

Come and learn about the people who answered the challenge of supplying the market with local products and who have played a role in helping evolve the production model.