The Museum and its Territory
The involvement of the Museum with the Community is expressed through a number of agreements withte local cultural institutions to manage directly some of the structures, participate in their scientific committees or collaborate with them.
The museum stems out of its territory as all the specimens present in the collections - animals, fossils, minerals, plants - are the expression of specific naturalistic contexts and natural processes that characterize the territory and create its landscape conformation.
This is why the Museum of Natural History actively pursues such networking policy with its territory, extending it to other universities and research institutions and represents an important experience that can produce collaborations, knowledge sharing and constructive communication.
Directly Managed Structures