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Projects Update – 14 May 14 (1)
Jane Lambert’s recently completed Masters of Environmental Management Report with the UNSW Institute of Environmental Studies http://www.ies.unsw.edu.au/: ‘Citizen Science for Flora and Fauna Conservation: Enduring Success‘, nike x fragment based on the Popes Glen Citizen Scientist Project is now available. buy ff14 gil Follow the link to read more: Citizen Science – Popes Glen, nike free Blue Mountains.
We are pleased to report that work is well underway with 13 Blue Mountains tourism businesses already partnering with us. The first batch of businesses includes players large and small in the Mountains tourism scene. Audits have been completed at a number of sites across the accommodation, food and beverage and Read more
The Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area exists as an amalgamation of National Parks that together encompass a region of high conservation value. This area is significant not only because it has been afforded World Heritage listing, the highest order of recognition and protection that can be bestowed on an area, but because it is Read more
The Fire Stories website is launched – check it out at www.fire.bmwhi.org.au
You can also read stories from the public or submit your own.
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The Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute presents this mixed media exhibition developed to share the stories, reflections and memories of the Blue Mountains community. The eucalypt is used as a catalyst and symbol of recording and interpreting the community’s inspiration and connection Read more
Rachel Szalay – Winter view from Lett Street
2004 charcoal and pastel on cloth
Branching Out: Stories from the Blue Mountains was an event of the Blue Mountains Music Festival, held from Friday 16th to Sunday 18th March 2007, in the Festival Exhibition Hall of Katoomba Public School, Merriwa Street, Katoomba.
Branching Out was Read more
Partners and Supporters:
Multicultural Residents Association (MRA), Mountains Community Resource Network (MCRN), Blue Mountains Refugee Support Group and Cheryle Yin-Lo (Community Cultural Development worker, BMWHI)
Community Cultural Development Board, Australia Council for the Arts Cultural Partnerships Program & Cultural Development Program, Blue Mountains City Council and The Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute Read more
Funding: $15,000 from Arts NSW (auspiced through BMWHI)
Peter Adams (photographer), Alan Lloyd (writer), Cheryle Yin-Lo (BMWHI)
This project comprised a word and image portrait of the Blue Mountains by Peter Adams and Alan Lloyd. Peter Adams captured the heart and soul of the Blue Mountains through its people. Working with Read more