The Butterfly Effect project explored possible future land-use change in the Broads landscape.
This project was divided into two major phases. The first phase involved the Butterfly Effect Installation, a 7x10m participatory map which encourages people to create their own future landscape of the Norfolk broads using stickers to express their choices about land-use.
The second phase took the Butterfly Effect Project into schools and involved creating a teacher training INSET day, School-based workshops for children and an exhibition of school contributions in the Forum in Norwich.
To find out more about the different elements of this project click on the links below.