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  1. Care and Green

    Nature and landscape have a positive influence on the health and wellbeing of people. There is a continuous demand for nature locations at which people can ask their questions about care. The Province of Zeeland initiated the union of Zorg and Groen (Care and Green).
  2. Pearls in the North Sea Trail – End of Story?

    The project ”Pearls in the North Sea Trail” was formally closed at the end of 2010. It was funded under the ”Value Creation Programme” from the Directorate for Cultural Heritage, running form 2006 – 2010 with the objective of develop new innovative projects related to cultural heritage. So what came out of it all? The overall lesson learned is that he successful projects has taken local traditions and local cultural heritage as their point of departure. By transforming these through art and make these available trough signed and guided tours new products are created that is interesting both to the local population and tourists.
  3. Naturlos, a norwegian naturguideconcept.

    A brochure packed with walks where guides tells you about nature, culture - or both. This is it, and it is all for free. The "Naturlos" concept is an absolute success.
    Naturlos in Lyngdal
    Naturlos Markøy
    Naturlos Markøy.
  4. Bus to Nature

    Cheap bus tours were arranged to Stättareds 4-H farm to make the facility accessible to new groups and to make it possible for more people to enjoy outdoor activity, nature and walking along Hallandsleden. In Stättared, Hallandsleden is available for walking, enjoying wildlife, beautiful scenery and learning more about nature and the animals at the farm.
  5. GEOCACHING ON THE NORFOLK COAST PATH

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Norfolk County Council with local partners in UK. It was aimed at youngsters but also would be made available to the general public on a geocaching website.
  6. FROM THE ICE AGE TO THE ICE AGE - A HERITAGE TRAIL

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by the Municipality of Kragerø with local partners in Norway. It was aimed at increasing physical activity among the general public, increasing awareness of local historic sites and their importance, enhancing a sense of personal identity and roots and providing an outdoor activity for schools. One focus was on the Ice Age, including the history of ice production and export.
  7. DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THEMED BACKPACKS

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by North Jutland with local partners in Denmark. It was aimed at drawing local people, who were relatively inactive and who did little exercise, to use nature and all its activities.
  8. HEALTHY DINNER IN THE FOREST

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Region Nordjylland and the Danish Nature Agency with local partners in Denmark. It was aimed at drawing local people and visitors, who were relatively inactive and who did little exercise, out into nature and to have dinner in the forest.
  9. COASTAL ACCESS, HERITAGE ASSET SCORING

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Norfolk County Council with local partners in UK. It aimed to create a systematic examination and assessment of the known heritage assets which lie along the coast. This would enable the extension of an existing coastal path, so that assets which are vulnerable to public access could be protected and assets which are of significant interest and importance to the public understanding of the county’s coastal heritage could be promoted.
    New Coastal Access
    World War I Firing Range Bank
    World War I Firing Range Bank
  10. MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT PRESENTATION

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Rogaland County Council with local partners in Norway. It aimed to give a presentation of Coast Alive at a national seminar, focusing in particular on physical and mental barriers.

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