In the Master's Thesis the agricultural policy measures for 12 mountain pastures in the area of the planned Kamniško-Savinjske Alps Regional Park are being evaluated. A questionnaire was prepared to find out the opinions of the mountain pasture representatives regarding the establishment of the regional park, the CAP measurements, and the additional possibilities for pasture development. The aim of the thesis is to evaluate to what extend the CAP measures, which the representatives of the mountain pastures are eligible to use, influence their management and what are the additional possibilities for pasture development. All 12 representatives of the mountain pastures exercise the CAP pillar 1 direct payments and balance payments for less favoured areas for agriculture. 2 out of 12 mountain pastures decided not to continue with the agri-environmental measure 'mountain pasture' from 2007-2013. The pasture area decreased for 16% from 2007 to 2010, livestock population decreased for 10% from 2004 to 2010. The number of farms engaged in livestock on mountain pastures decreased for 9% from 2006 to 2010. Bigger decrease in livestock occurs on small and mountain pastures with only cattle or sheep. The decrease of the pasture area is in the first place the consequence of the tightening ofthe administrative procedures and the criteria for the eligibility of areas.A positive influence on livestock for mountain pasturing would be the change in the definition of eligible area for mountain pastures, the representatives of the mountain pastures see the connection between the possibility for pasture preservations and fulfilment of the following conditions: proper cleaning of the mountains and good management, maintenance,increase or modification of the CAP measures; preservation of farms, well regulated pasture ownership and marketing of products and serviceson the mountains. The position of the representatives of mountain pastures regarding the establishment of the park is distinctly negative.