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Coulon, France

This paper is a reflective return on the ambulatory workshops that were framed in order to meet the request of a Practical Landscape Atlas of Auvergne. No less than 110 people involved in landscapes contributed, and they built a database together. Besides, such experience framed personal and professional relations that could easily be developed into a network proper. We return to the genesis of the request, highlight the methodology that was used in the workshops, and then decipher their logic in the field of information transfer. Providing such a glimpse on this mobilizing experiment might convince on its capacity to be reproduced in numerous settings where public landscape policies are pushed forward. © Sud-Ouest Européen, no 38, 2014. Source

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