Enviro-Stories is not only an education program for schools, but it is also a community engagement tool for prospective sponsors. The program relies on the generous support from our sponsors who have the ability to bring the program to their local community, no matter how small or diverse that community may be.

What’s in it for me?

This is the question that everyone asks…so here is the answer.

Through Enviro-Stories, the sponsor has the opportunity to engage a sector of the community that they may or may not normally target – primary schools and parents.

Our sponsors are given the following opportunities:

  • Logo placement
  • Media exposure
  • Providing advertising / information in the schools package
  • Engaging the local schools and community (“feel good” benefits)
  • Ability to provide technical advice via the education package or directly to the schools through workshops
  • Choose the Enviro-Stories theme, usually related to your organisation or funding requirement
  • Printed books are distributed in the sponsors local community
  • Opportunities to present students with their published books and certificates

A good fit

If you think Enviro-Stories might be a good fit for your organisation, and you can get that level of engagement within your local community that you have been missing, then click here to find out about our sponsorship package.

Current and past sponsors and supporters

  • Australian Government
  • Border Rives-Gwydir Catchment Management Authority
  • Burrumbuttock Public School
  • Central Tablelands Local Land Services
  • Central West Catchment Management Authority
  • Central West Local Land Services
  • Cotton Australia
  • Cotton Catchment Communities CRC
  • Cotton Research and Development Corporation
  • Eagle Point Public School
  • Gippland Lakes Ministerial Advisory Committee
  • Greater Sydney Local Land Services
  • Hume Bank
  • Invasive Animals CRC
  • Lachlan Catchment Management Authority
  • Mallee Catchment Management Authority
  • Murray Darling Association
  • Murray Darling Basin Authority
  • Murray Local Land Services
  • Murrumbidgee Catchment Management Authority
  • Murrumbidgee Irrigation
  • Natural Resources Alinytjara Wilurara
  • North West Local Land Services
  • Northern Agricultural Catchments Council
  • Northern Tablelands Local Land Services
  • NSW Dept Premier and Cabinet Indigenous Advancement Strategy
  • Queensland Murray-Darling Committee
  • Riverena Environmental Education Centre
  • Riverina Local Land Services
  • SEED North East Victoria
  • Teesdale Primary School
  • Teys Australia
  • Victorian Association of Environmental Education
  • Western Local Land Services
  • Wheatbelt NRM
  • Wirraminna Environmental Education Centre

A word from one of our sponsors

The Cotton Catchment Communities CRC was one of the original Enviro-Stories sponsors. Over the course of their sponsorship they managed to achieve 865 student entries from over 1200 participating students, with 52 winning entries published. The area that they covered was nine regional catchments across New South Wales and Queensland totalling an area of over 850,000 square kilometres (or the size of New South Wales).