Making Our Mark' Exhibition

Making Our Mark’ Exhibition

For National Youth Week 2008

Where: Foyer, Blue Mountains City Council, 2-6 Civic Place, Katoomba, NSW, 2780
When: 9th – 18th April 2008
Hours: 9am – 5pm

To help celebrate 2008 National Youth Week in the Blue Mountains, the public was invited to view original lino prints by young local Aboriginal artists.

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The Grose Valley Fire Forum

The Grose Valley Fire Forum

Saturday 17 February 2007
Mt Tomah, NSW Australia

 

The Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute organised a forum of representative community members and fire authorities to address issues arising from management of a fire in the Grose Valley in the Blue Mountains in November 2006.

The Institute was invited by the Read more

Mid Mountains Collaborative Framework

Questionnaire and Workshops

Coordinators: Cheryle Yin-Lo and Sandy Booth

The Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute (BMWHI) was engaged by Blue Mountains City Council (BMCC) to develop a Community-Government Collaborative Framework for the Mid Mountains. The project aimed to involve all interested people and parties in workshops during February-March 2007.

The workshops identified new Read more

The 12th Australia New Zealand Systems Society Conference

“Sustaining our Social and Natural Capital”

 3rd – 6th December 2006
Carrington Hotel, Katoomba, NSW Australia

 

Conference Attendees – Click to view larger image

Co-hosts:

  • Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute
  • Action Learning Action Research and Process Management Association (ALARPM)
  • Society for Organisational Learning (SOLA) Australia
  • ISCE Events, Mansfield, USA

Our efforts to sustain our communities, and the natural environments Read more

Hawkesbury Community and Landuse Forum

Your Land – Your Lifestyle – Our Hawkesbury

Hawkesbury Community and Land Use Forum

Sunday 27 August, 2006
University of Western Sydney, Richmond

 

The Hawkesbury-Nepean Catchment viagracouponcard Area

 

This forum examined topics associated with ‘managing a property’ in the Hawkesbury, and land use both currently and historically. It allowed people who live in this heritage-rich region to Read more

Earth Journeys Finish Year on a High

Earth Journeys Finish Year on a High

Page 39, Blue Mountains Gazette, 14 December 2005

earth journeys at york public schoolClick to Enlarge
The team from the Blue Mountains’ leading world heritage enviro-cultural education project have finished the year on a high having just been awarded an official ‘Cultural Partnership’ from the Blue Mountains City Council.

Project Manager Bronwen Maxwell, Read more