Katla Geopark attended the final conference of the project "Ruritage - Cultural heritage as a tool for regional development", which was held in Paris last June and close to two hundred people attended.
Katla Geopark was visited in June by two groups, one from the Ruritage project and one from the Building Bridges project.
Today we formalised our partnership with Hotel Anna through a written partnership agreement!
On the 4th of May, Katla Geopark and the Icelandic Forestry Association signed a joint declaration of co-operation with the goals of trying to strengthen and increase interest in forests and forestry within Katla Geopark
Students at Víkurskóli school measured Vikurfjara beach last Wednesday during a lovely day. The students measured seven beach profiles, took photographs, and collected sand samples that they will later sieve and analyse the grain size distribution.
This particular grant of 35,8 million ISK or about 258,000 EU, will be allocated to designing and developing a new path and viewpoint in front of the Eyjafjallajökull Volcano.
Last Sunday, the 24th of April, was the annual Hjörleifshöfði run held by Katla Geopark and Katla Centre in Vík.