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Participating enviroschools

There are 84 Enviroschools in the Northland region. That's a total of 14,891 students.

Northland Enviroschools

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Northland Regional Council's Enviroschools Section


Northland Regional Council has a great webpage about the Enviroschools programme in Northland.
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To find out what enviroschools in the region have been up to over the term, download the latest newsletter here 

Featured Projects

From Possum Projects to building EcoHuts, students in Northland are embracing the opportunties that come with being part of the Enviroschools Programme >see projects and stories here

2017 Possum Project

Explore possum trapping, fur recovery, and the environmental impacts of possums

Participate in practical sessions and investigate job opportunities

Get involved in great contextual teaching and learning!

Two-day skill camps to be held in June, followed by one-day assessment workshops in August.

Registration closes 2nd June, 2017. Click here for information on how to register.

Enviroschools Regional Partners in Northland If your organisation would like to support the Enviroschools programme in Northland please contact your Regional Coordinator.
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