The bioregional idea underlies a reconstruction project of marginal landscapes where, restoring streams, ecological functions, relationships and identity, it creates a connective and activator tissue. This tissue acts through local interventions, characterized by multidisciplinary and transcalar tools and languages. According to this perspective, places represent entities that are activated through relational dimensions (social, political, economic, cultural ones), with spatial implications. Modification practices, forms of regulation, government policies, gestures and uses, urban and rural imaginaries contribute, with a plural form, to the generation of places that are the product of this multiplicity. Therefore, it is through this bioregional framework that we can read again spaces, actions and relationships as elements of a network.
Keywords: Bioregion; territorial project; ecological approach