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Resilience and Recovery Handbook

Art and Nature Nourishment for Disastrous Times, Blue Mountains

This handbook celebrates resilience, creativity and care in the face of disastrous times, and acknowledges the constant cycle of bushfire risk and recovery the resident of the Blue Mountains live with.

The handbook is based on the idea that it is vital to cultivate personal and collective resilience by focusing on small, time-honoured, everyday actions.

This handbook has been created by Springwood Neighbourhood Centre Co- operative Ltd under the Resilience and Recovery Hub Project. This is a Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Fund project proudly funded by the Australian and NSW Governments.

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