Welcome to the new website of the Artists for Nature Foundation!
We are very happy and a bit proud that so shortly after our successful jubilee celebrations of last year we can present you this site.
We plan to keep you even better informed about all our activities, like exhibitions, new projects and events and new items in the web shop.
We work towards hopefully a new project and if that happens, we will be busy with it for the next 3 years.
Keep an eye on the website and if you have news for us please do let us know!
Very best wishes,
Sark is one of the smallest of the Channel Islands situated between France and the south coast of England. A Crown Fiefdom since the mid 16th Century, Sark has a population of around 600 people. There are no cars or streetlights in Sark and tourism is based on its unique, unspoilt natural beauty and traditional, rural way of life. Read more >>
This project showcases the stunning artwork created by 34 international and local artists, and gives a glimpse into the fascinating world of the Hula Valley. The Hula is an intimate valley of wetlands, surrounded by agricultural fields, dotted by small villages and kibbutzim, and bordered by rocky hillsides of native woodland. Read more >>
We are happy and proud to show you the almost final result of our ANF Environmental Education and Research Centre plus Eco Lodge in the buffer zone of Bandhavgarh National Park in M.P. India. You will love it there!
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