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Our landscape is constantly evolving. Through your contribution, which is a snapshot of time, we build together an overview of how our landscape changes over time. Add your ranked photos to the collection! Help collect “Magma UNESCO Global Geopark views”....

The Tide is Changing Art Programme

An art programme on the connection between tides, industry and people. The art programme, The Tide is Changing, examines the connection between tides, industry and people. It has been created in a collaboration between curator Ida Højgaard and the commissioners...

Auglend Locality

If you have not visited Auglend yet, you must make a trip to this exciting area south on the southern island. Here you can read a little about what you can find there. Geology At Auglend you will find some of the oldest parts of the geology in Magma Geopark. The...

Get to know your region!

On 16 June, we finally completed the first “Get to know your region” event for the local tourism industry in Magma Geopark. This is part of the development project UNESCO2030, which is the local implementation of the EU project Ruritage.Due to the time we...

Treasure hunt at Ytstebrød

On Tuesday 15th of June, we had a great day at Ytstebrød at Eigerøy together with 5th grade at Husabø Skole. The pupils have learned a lot about geology this year, and it was exciting and fascinating to discover and explore glacial erratic, stressmarks, erratic...

The new website about ringing stones is published

We have now started the work of documenting ringing stones in Norway, in cooperation with the music archaeologist Gjermund Kolltveit. The first stones are posted on this website. Ringing stones, singing stones, ringing rocks are known by many names. The most commen...

Kick off GEOfood Edu financed by NORA

Today we have kicked off our new NORA funded project #GEOfoodEDU with Innovation South Greenland A/S Jarðfeingi Geologial Survey of Faroes and Katla UNESCO Global Geopark – Iceland We will implement #educational activities linked with #sustainability #UNSDGs we...

European Green Week

The first of June Magma Geopark, Rokua Geopark and the project leader Luke Finland presented the #H2020 ArcticHub project at the  #EuropeanGreenWeek supported by the communication project leader TouchTd from England. The webinar pulls together experiences from two...

The “Oldemors garden”´s Geopark café

Interesting tour to  «Oldemors garden» which is strategically located in the tourist flow to Brufjell. So far the caté is open on weekends where Rune is ready for a chat. Ask if he has any good stories! You must also take your time to read Magma’s sign about...

Network meeting regarding GEOfood

An important activity in the work of creating a good network within producers and restaurants is to arrange network meetings.On 25 May, Magma Geopark arranged a gathering at Maritim Fjordhotell in Flekkefjord. A total of 18 people were gathered and the main theme of...

IGCP 726 Project Kick off

Good kick off meeting today for the #IGCPproject726 “#GEOfood for sustainable development in #UNESCO GlobalGeoparks” From New Zeland to Canada, passing Italy though Spain and Portugal, Norway, Finland, Ireland, Hungary-Slovakia, Croatia, Iran, Brasil, Malesia, Korea,...

Mini-landscape!

Last week we got to implement the Ruritage co-monitoring activity; Mini-landscape developed by University of Plymouth. Together with 4th graders from Husabø Skole we hiked to a summit close to their school, called Varberg. This is an iconic mountain and one of 4...

Time travel at Husabø!

This week we got invited by 4th grade at Husabø School to take them on an educational tour to look at ancient monuments and learn more about local history – precisely at Husabø in Egersund. We traveled back to the Viking Age and the Bronze Age, and wondered what...