Parco Lombardo della Valle del Ticino is responsible for the breeding and restocking of Acipenser naccarii and other species of community interest (Minnows reofili: roach, savetta, Danube roach and Common Barbo). For Minnows reofili, every year, will be carried out the capture of wild breeding, artificial propagation and their immediate release in the river, incubation of the eggs until they hatch and the larvae weaning. They will be reared and released, after marking, approximately 10,000 specimens per species, for each year of the project. For the sturgeon will be achieved annual production of material for restocking, starting from breeding fishes maintained in captivity in the tanks Cassolnovo (PV). Even the sturgeon is expected breeding and release of 10,000 units per year of the project, after marking with microchip for future surveys and monitoring. The park is also involved in the monitoring of the effectiveness of repopulation. Participate in the implementation of routes, structures and educational kits for schools.
Parco Lombardo della Valle del Ticino - the first regional park in Italy - was established in 1974. The consortium that manages the park, which includes 47 municipalities and 3 provinces, manages a territory of more than 91 thousand hectares, applying a system of differentiated protection to natural, agricultural and urban areas. The aim is to reconcile the requirements of environmental protection with social and economic issues of the many communities present in that field, one of the most densely populated areas in Italy. In recent years, thanks to Life projects, the park triggers the protection of fish both with the support of endangered species and with a battle against non-native species.