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From the Farm to You Enviro-Stories Program

From the farm to you Enviro-Stories Competition is open to all schools from the irrigation regions of NSW and Queensland (in the Murray-Darling Basin). Students will discover how food and fibre is grown and prepared before it reaches the supermarket or shopping centre. Seven storybooks will be published thanks to the Australia Cotton Research and Development Corporation.

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From the Farm to You Program

City Livin’ Ferals Enviro-Stories Program

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.

City Livin’ Ferals Program

Feral Fix Enviro-Stories Program

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?

Feral Fix Program

Creative Catchment Kids

Creative Catchment Kids is our sister program running across the Western, Riverina and Murray regions of NSW.

Creative Catchment Kids Program
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SOLO PROGRAM

Individual schools, groups and families, who are not located within areas covered by existing sponsored programs, can have their students/children write and illustrate a book that will be published as part of Enviro-Stories.

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Enviro-Stories Sponsored Programs

Creative Catchment Kids

Petaurus Education Group delivers our sister program, Creative Catchment Kids, in the Murray Riverina Region of NSW. Each year they work with dozens of schools and hundreds of students to prepare books that form part of Enviro-Stories. Their stories are focused on their local communities to celebrate and share their heroes, towns, businesses and natural resources with readers from around the world.