Interpreting Landscape Change in the Avalon Marshes
Inspiring young people to explore the scientific underpinning of climate change and societal issues that shape their landscape.
Engaging Somerset students in the development of interpretive materials based on research produced by the Brue Valley Living Landscape (BVLL) project.
The project sought to inspire young people to explore the scientific underpinning of climate change, as well as the societal issues that shape their landscape and the ways that partnerships between different stakeholder groups can help to meet and support social needs.
Participants in this project explored the environmental and socio-economic data produced by BVLL projects. They developed online, audio-visual and hands-on interpretive materials suitable for use in a range of community and public engagement activities, such as the Bridgwater Science Festival of Nature 2015.
The project was funded by the Avalon Marshes Landscape Partnership.