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Impressive Eco-Warriors at Kaingaroa School
Students from Kaingaroa School in the Chatham Islands shared their rich learning about their place connecting to their unique cultural history and Moriori perspectives. At the end of our reflection time together students agreed they were working at a bronze level. Ka pai!
Caring for Our Urban Waterways
Students from Our Lady of the Assumption School and Isleworth School are deep into the ‘Take Action’ stage of the Action Learning Cycle inspired by Te Tuna Tāone/Urban Eel programme.
A Day at Rangi Ruru Girls' School With Dr Jane Goodall
Enviroschools Intern Sophie Handford talks about spending the day at Rangi Ruru Girls' as the school begins it's Enviroschools journey. She was lucky enough to be joined by Dr Jane Goodall for the occasion...
Healthy Wai Supported by Community Partnerships
Leeston School students decided to take action to restore Snake Creek, but to do this, they knew they had to come up with a plan to create shade that could suppress the weeds...
Let's Get Blitzing!
Bioblitzes are great ways to engage the public to connect to their environment while generating useful data for science and conservation. They are also an excuse for naturalists, scientists, and curious members of the public to meet up in the great outdoors and have a lot of fun!
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Christchurch City Council
Department of Conservation
Hurunui District Council
Mackenzie District Council
Selwyn District Council
South Canterbury Kindergartens
Timaru District Council
Waimakariri District Council
Waimate District Council
Waimate Kindergarten Association