INTERREG BOTNIA-ATLANTICA AND INTERREG NORD 2014-2020 48 The project had three sub-goals: To develop a knowledge base, work on communication and to attract more visitors. All goals have been met. – These are very intimately connected. We need to be able to communicate to reach out, and to communicate we need the knowledge base, says Malin. Many partners have contributed to the project. The Geological Survey of Sweden and the Geological Survey of Finland were involved as project partners. They have classified and analysed World Heritage values and identified hot spots with higher geological values. – It is an important basis for municipalities that work with land use planning. But also a good tool for us as managers, when we take care of our popular visitor sites. The geological knowledge base tells us what values the World Heritage has, says Malin. The Finnish Geospatial Research Institute, FGI, made a zoomable animation of how the land uplift has taken place since the ice sheet melted until today. The city of Vaasa played an important role in the exhibitions that Lystra produced, which are now a permanent part of the visitor centers in both High Coast and in Kvarken Archipelago. The Lystra project also produced a nature interpretation plan for communication about ice age and land uplift. – What was missing before was an overview: What do we tell and where? We want visitors to remember that this area is about land uplift and ice age. And that it is the best place in the world to experience and understand these things.