THE “FORGOTTEN LANDSCAPES” CONSERVATION, HERITAGE MANAGEMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING IN THE COMMUNITY
The Forgotten Landscapes Project, as it has become known, introduces cultural learning as a means to encourage local communities to recognise and maintain their own heritage landscapes. This involves targeting all age groups but also 16-19 year olds in a bid to avoid what can be referred to as the regression of WHS’ into ‘theme parks’ which is both a challenge but also, ironically, often a prerequisite for WHS sustainability.
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