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Adopt an olive

The Adopt an olive tree campaign began in 2017 from the desire to involve the community in the recovery of an approximately two-hectare century-old olive grove, on the hills of Passignano sul Trasimeno. The recovery activity, which began in 2016 with funding from the European Community, continues today thanks to the volunteer work of the members and the sole economic contribution of the Association.

The olive grove was cleaned out, the thorn bushes and weeds were removed and the olive trees were pruned according to the vase-shaped method, and they started producing olives again. A bee-friendly olive grove: we host some bee families and we adopt good practices in defence of insects. We only cut the grass after the flowering period, and harmful chemical products are not used.

Each adopter can, if they so wish, participate in all of the operations required to tend to the olive grove and propose initiatives to raise awareness of the value of the olive grove through group activities (concerts, outdoor exercise, walks to learn how to recognise wild herbs...).

Anyone can adopt or give the gift of an adoption!

Adoption lasts one farm year (from November to October of the following year) and at the end of the harvest, the adopter shall receive two 0.5-litre bottles of new oil. Each adopter will get the Newsletter updating them on what has been done in the olive grove and the health of the trees.

When can you adopt an olive tree? From November 1st to August 31st.

All fields are required.

IS ASKING
"le Olivastre", based in Passignano sul Trasimeno (Pg) via Marconi 7, to adopt

REGULATION

  • A) Adoptions made after August 31st will automatically refer to the next farm year that starts from the date that this contract is signed and the payment of the agreed sum is made, to the bottling of the oil produced over the same farm year. At the end, the adopter can, if they wish, renew their participation through the donation of another 20 euro for each adopted olive tree.
  • B) The adopted olive trees are located in Passignano sul Trasimeno, on the land rented by the "le Olivastre" association, in hamlet "San Crispolto".
  • C) The Association agrees to inform the adopter, through newsletters, of all the farming activities. On request, anyone who is interested in visiting the olive grove can do so and actively partake in the farming operations.
  • D) The cost of adopting an olive tree is a minimum donation of 20 euro. Each adoption includes two 0.5-litre bottles. Any costs for shipping will be charged to the adopter.
  • E) This contact and regulation must be filled in and delivered:
  • 1) by hand, to a member of the Board (Paola Sticchi, Emanuela De Stefanis, Antonella Panciarola)
  • 2) via e-mail to info@leolivastre.org
  • 3) via photos, sent through whats app to 328 06 23 029
  • 4) online by filling in the form published on www.leolivastre.org
  • F) the adoption fee can be paid:
  • 1) by hand when hand delivering this contract and regulation
  • 2) with bank transfer to the rechargeable card of Banca Etica, Perugia branch, made out to "le Olivastre Associazione", IBAN IT 49 I 03599 01899 050188528515, for reason "ADOTTA UN OLIVO" (adopt an olive tree)
  • 3) through Satispay
  • G) Signing this contract and regulation means it has been read, approved, and signed by both parties, binding for the applicant from the date of sending it in and payment of the adoption fee, and for the Association from the moment payment is received.

Dear Madam/Sir, pursuant to articles 13 and 14 of EU regulation 2016/679 on personal data protection (“GDPR”) we would like to inform you of the following.

Purpose and legal basis of processing.

The le Olivastre Association processes your personal data or the data provided by you exclusively to fulfil your request or the service requested by you, to manage any contract/convention or other relationship and to fulfil any legal obligations . The legal basis is represented by the contract (art. 6 paragraph 1 lett. b GDPR) or by a legal obligation (art. 6 paragraph 1lett. c GDPR)

Processing method and principles.

Processing is conducted in compliance with the GDPR and Lgs.D. No. 196/03 (“Personal Data Protection Code”), as well as the principles of lawfulness, fairness and transparency, adequacy and pertinence, through printed and electronic means, by people authorised by the Association and implementing adequate protection measures, so as to guarantee the security and confidentiality of the data. No automated decision-making process shall be carried out.

Need for the provision of data.

Providing data is necessary as in strictly linked to the organisation of the service and management of the contract or relationship. When the service consists in participating in events, courses or activities of the Association, the data can be acquired and published on the institutional website, social media and on the Association’s printed material. Your photo or video images are only posted through explicit and separate consent expressed by you.

Communicating data and transferring data abroad.

The data can be shared with subjects appointed to perform services and requested activities (e.g. external instructors) and activities that the Association is required to complete by law (accountant, insurance agent, IT tech, etc.). The data can be transferred to receivers located outside of the EU who have signed direct agreements to ensure a suitable protection level of the personal data, or nevertheless upon ensuring that the receiver guarantees adequate protection measures. Where necessary or due, the subjects being sent the data to perform activities on behalf of the Association will be called Data Processors (external) pursuant to art. 28 of the GDPR.

Data retention period.

Processing will not last longer than required for the purposes the data was collected for (to perform the service or the request), without prejudice to legal or accounting or tax purposes or for reasons safeguarding the Association, with the exclusion of communication to third parties and disclosure in any case applying the principles of proportionality and minimisation.

Data subject’s rights.

As the data subject, all of the rights specified in art. 15 - 20 GDPR are guaranteed, including the right to access, rectification and erasure of your data, the right to limitation and objection to processing, the right to withdraw consent to processing (without prejudice to the lawfulness of processing based on consent acquired prior to withdrawal), as well as lodge a complaint with the Personal Data Protection Authority if you believe that the processing of your data violates the GDPR or Italian regulation. The aforementioned rights can be exercised in writing through e-mail, certified e-mail or fax, or by Registered Mail to the address of the Association.

Data controller.

The data controller is the “le Olivastre” association, with address in Passignano sul Trasimeno, tel. 075 8296432, mail: info@leolivastre.org – olivastre@pec.it