Welcome to the Balsam Blog, home in the internet world of the Falkland Islands Protected Areas Project.

I'll be using this blog to let people know what I've been up to and to share bits of useful information I pick up along the way. My project is subtitled 'Co-operative management of biological diversity', so that means you. The project will need your knowledge, concerns and hopes for the future to drive it along, so do contribute.

Tuesday, 10 January 2012

Homage to Andy Goldsworthy

This has little to do with Protected Areas, beyond helping children to appreciate their surroundings and respond to them through art. It's mainly just something to do on a beach on a nice day, in this case the Sound at Hill Cove. If you do it with children, you can specify the number of items, the shape the sculpture has to make, whether the items were once alive or never alive (always a hard idea for little children to grasp).....endless possibilities.

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