From an environmental point of view, Panarella Flood Plain is the result of human action and of the creative power of nature. It has a considerable landscape value, since it is one of the largest flood plain formations and represents one of the most various and charming elements of the lower course of the river Po. In order to meet the need for conservation, but also to educate the visitors and make them respect the environment, the Municipal Administration of Papozze has required and obtained from the State Property Office an area of about 20 hectares, which is managed together with W.W.F. section of Rovigo. The renaturalization measures, carried out with the Community financing Leader II, has further requalified the whole flood plain, which has also been provided with trails for visits and for the observation of the fauna. As far as vegetation is concerned, the physiognomic aspect enables to divide the area into three zones: marshland, grassland, and woodland.