This may apply to physical as well as social conditions, but also to the work to reach a common vision. The level of ambition may vary from the occasional course to a lengthy study circle that the participants administrate themselves. There are always some people who have more time than others, and who want to learn more and make new acquaintances. The building of knowledge could become an important part of landscape analysis, and it could preferably focus on some area that has not been elucidated before. A substantial result is important, and the course or the study circle should have something to account for when it is finished.
Introduction - building confidence
To have participative planning process needs time and planning to start. Here we will present some ideas for a smooth beginning of the process.
South Baltic Landscape Forum has been created in the framework of the LIFEscape project. LIFEscape was co-financed by the South Baltic Programme of the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). It has been implemented between May 2011 and April 2014 under the leadership of Elbląg High-Plain Landscape Park, Poland.