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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. Circular Walks in King's Lynn, Norfolk (UK)

    Norfolk County Council (UK) have launched a booklet of 12 walks which really capture the diverse landscape and rich heritage of the West Norfolk coast.
    Health, Heritage and Biodiversity Walks in King's Lynn, Norfolk (UK)
    Norfolk Health, Heritage & Biodiversity Walks (King's Lynn Edition)
  3. Circular Walks in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk (UK)

    This booklet contains 11 walks that really highlight the individuality of Great Yarmouth (Norfolk, UK) and its surrounding Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
    Health, Heritage & Biodiversity Walks in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk (UK)
    Norfolk Health, Heritage & Biodiversity Walks (Great Yarmough Edition)
  4. Circular Walks in Fakenham and Wells, Norfolk (UK)

    This booklet contains 12 walks based around Fakenham and Wells, two towns at the heart of the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
    Health, Heritage & Biodiversity Walks in Fakenham & Wells, Norfolk (UK)
    Norfolk Health, Heritage & Biodiversity Walks (Fakenham & Wells Edition)
  5. Circular Walks in Cromer and Sheringham, Norfolk (UK)

    This booklet has 15 walks that uncover some real jewels of the North Norfolk Coast; from the fascinating remains of World War Two structures to Sheringham Park with its rolling parkland; from the cliffs at Weybourne and Overstrand to Beeston Bump, a glacial moraine with fantastic views over the headland; or the Roman Camp at Beacon Hill, the highest point in Norfolk to which it is possible to walk from sea-level.
    Health, Heritage & Biodiversity Walks in Cromer & Sheringham, Norfolk (UK)
    Norfolk Health, Heritage & Biodiversity Walks (Cromer & Sheringham Edition)
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. EVALUATION OF ZEALAND RAMBLERS FESTIVAL 2010

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Region Zealand with local partners in Denmark. It aimed look at the benefit of hiring a consultant to evaluate a hiking festival.
    Hiking Festival Activities Location Map
    Askø church
    Peter Larsen explains the history of Askø church
    Nekselø.  Hilly landscape.
    Nekselø. A challenging hilly landscape.
    Præstø Fjord
    Life at the bottom of Præstø Fjord?
    Examining the catch from Præstø harbour
    Præstø harbour life: prawns and sand-hoppers
    Lunch near Kongskilde Friluftsgård.
    Lunch near Kongskilde Friluftsgård.
  9. AVALANCHE FORECAST FOR BACKCOUNTRY SKIERS

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Møre og Romsdal, working to support Snøskredvarsel.no in Norway. It was aimed at giving better security for the rapidly growing number of backcountry skiers by providing updated information regarding avalanche danger on a website.
    Nearly at the top
    Area coverage
    Area coverage
    Webpage in English
    Webpage in English
    Avalanche forecast danger scale
    Avalanche forecast danger scale
    Website 'hits' data
    Website 'hits' data
    Wheeeee ... and down we go!! How far to the bottom?
    Wheeeee ... and down we go!! How far to the bottom?
  10. NATURAL FOOD – FOOD FROM NATURE

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Region Nordjylland with local partners in Denmark. It was aimed at inspiring people to use nature actively and to equip the participants to use nature’s pantry.

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