MLP Explorer: A brand new (digital) face

The Mountain Legacy Project launched a brand new Explorer tool. Building on our previous public-facing website it is a future-oriented platform for serving up images and information about the world’s largest systematic collection of mountain repeat photography.

Rephotography in Amsterdam: Trams, Espresso, and Department Stores

Rephotography in Amsterdam: Trams, Espresso, and Department Stores

Mountain Legacy Project director, Eric Higgs, finds himself involved in repeat photography project in Amsterdam, about as far physically and psychologically from the mountains of western Canada as one can get. He is spending the year working on his new book, Changing Nature, which examines the future of ecological restoration in a rapidly changing world. He and his family are based in the northern Netherlands university city of Groningen.

Welcome to the new website!

A new digital platform for the Mountain Legacy Project is born! On July 24, 2017, we launched a  website and new logo that carry us forward. Our main aim is to communicate more effectively what the Mountain Legacy Project accomplishes, and to make this news accessible...

Back in the mountains again!

The Mountain Legacy Project is back in the field for 2016. We are working on a variety of priority repeat photographs along the Eastern Slopes of the Rockies. The core field team comprises Rick Arthur, our liaison with Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, and Sandra Frey...