City Livin’ Ferals involves schools from the Greater Sydney area learning about the feral animals that are impacting our native wildlife, agricultural production, urban areas and other sensitive landscapes. Greater Sydney Local Land Services will be selecting schools from their region to participate in Enviro-Stories and helping these students learn about the damage caused by feral animals.
The Feral Fix Enviro-Stories program involves schools from the Northern Agricultural Region of WA learning about the feral animals that are impacting our native wildlife, agricultural production and sensitive landscapes. Who’s going to FIX the feral problem? Is it you?
Creative Catchment Kids will be running across the Western, Riverina and Murray regions of NSW this year. If you would like to find out more about the Creative Catchment Kids program then contact Stacee on 0423 074 578.
The Cotton Research and Development Corporation will be running our Sensational Soils Enviro-Stories program again this year in their cotton growing regions – particularly northern NSW and southern Qld. If you’re in this region, please contact us to register your interest.
THIS PROGRAM HAS NOW CLOSED!
The Hotspot Heroes Enviro-Stories program involves schools from the Wheatbelt region of WA learning about the biodiversity and threats to biodiversity in the wheatbelt area. The Wheatbelt region is home to the Avon River Basin which is in the SW Australia Ecoregion International Biodiversity Hotspot. The Central and Eastern Avon Wheatbelt is also a National Biodiversity Hotspot.