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March 2024

The Scottish CULTIVATE team recently held a series of workshops in the settlements of Ullapool, Torridon and Dornie aimed at engaging with a range of local stakeholders to explore, discuss and agree how we can move from our current situation to a more just, inclusive and sustainable future for the cultural and natural landscapes in Wester Ross.


March 2024

As CULTIVATE enters its final year, the project held its third in-person meeting in Nordhordland Biosphere Reserve in Western Norway. The region is normally characterized by harsh weather this time of year, but during the partner meeting it was on its best behaviour with sunny skies and next to no wind or precipitation.


January 2024

The Norwegian team recently held a workshop for creating positive future visions for cultural heritage and cultural landscapes in the Nordhordland region, using the interactive Seeds of Good Anthropocenes (SoGA) method.

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April 2023

After dedicating most of the last six months of the project to conducting interviews, the CULTIVATE project partners finally met in person, this time on the Hiiumaa island in the West Estonian Archipelago – almost exactly a year since the first in-person meeting in Trebon in March 2022.


December 2022

During October and November, the Norwegian team conducted walking interviews all over Nordhordland Biosphere Reserve.


August 2022

As fieldwork begins in all of the demonstration regions, a workshop is held for communities in Wester Ross Biosphere to share their views on the cultural heritage of forests and woodlands.


March, 2022

After nine months of regular Teams meetings, and heaven knows how many months of discussions on the project application, the CULTIVATE team was finally able to meet up in person.  Třeboň, bathed in lovely late winter sunshine, was a fitting location for the opportunity to develop the that personal contact so sorely missing from online meetings.

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