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10 new books acknowledging Aboriginal culture

Storytelling is one of the oldest forms of learning and local kids recently had the opportunity to learn and tell their own stories about Aboriginal culture, significant places and people and the importance of getting back to Country.

Farming families are the focus of north west NSW schools

Working in the cattle yards, learning about cotton, creating a more sustainable farm and catching feral animals are just a few of the stories that have been published in this year’s Farming Families Enviro-Stories program.

Student Catchment Books Launch at Henty

Two books highlighting ‘local land heroes’ and written by students from Henty and Hume public schools were launched at the Henty Machinery Field Days on Wednesday 24 September 2014.

The 6 year journey of Enviro-Stories

Enviro-Stories is celebrating 6 years with an infographic to highlight what we have accomplished.

Good Words and Good Deeds for Lakes

Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Member for Gippsland East attended a Love our Lakes National Tree Day Event and Book Launch on 25 July 2014.

Busy day in Lakes Entrance

We visited Lakes Entrance to spread some good news; first a visit with Dr Kate to Lakes Entrance Primary School, then a book launch at St Brendan's School.

Kids excited over published books

Did you ever think that seagrass was awesome? How many interesting things can you recall about a platypus? You can find out all the facts with the latest books published through the Love Our Lakes Enviro-Stories program.

Environment Award Winners Announced

Enviro-Stories was a finalist in the Sustainability Education Category of the 2014 United Nations Association of Australia World Environment Day Awards.

World Environment Day Award Finalists

We are delighted to announce that Enviro-Stories is a finalist in the 2014 World Environment Day Awards - Sustainability Education Award.

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