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.

Wednesday, 12 September 2012

What do you love about where you live?

Children's answers in art on display at the Falklands 30 Exhibition

I know this was quite a long time ago now, but I just wanted to share some of the fantastic art that the children produced. Thanks to you all, and to the teachers at the Stanley Infant and Junior School and Camp Education who helped me to put up the display and the artists who gave their time during the theme week back in March.


  1. Completely different world for me. It is very good to give children love to their heritage. Greetings from the opposite part of our planet - Poland, Europe.

  2. And what I love about where I live? My country has mountains on the South, and the sea on the North. It has also rich culture and history. On the Eastern border there is probably the last really big and wild European forest.

  3. Sempre piacevole vedere la creatività dei bambini!! buona serata...ciao