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Nagle College Landcare Group, is a group that engages Year 9 students in scientific monotoring, education, revegetation, and habitat construction around their local Heritage river, the Mitchell River.
A group of dedicated people working to preserve Australia's unique native plants both in the wild and by growing them in their gardens.
Woodleigh School is an independent school on the Mornington Peninsula with students enrolled from 3 year old kindergarten to Year 12. We have an active student and staff population involved in many conservation and biodiversity projects.
The Boolarra South Landcare group is active within the district of Boolarra, nestled amongst the Strzelecki ranges in the central Gippsland region. We welcome new members and are always looking for an opportunity to assist the interests of our community. If you would like to join, please feel free to contact the Latrobe Catchment Landcare Network for further information: http://westgippsland.landcarevic.net.au/lcln
Birds in school ground and adjacent sanctuary.
Gilwell Park was established in the mid 1920's as a Scout Park. The original site was a timber mill, with much of the existing vegetation being natural regrowth. The Park is ecologically diverse with it's own Gilwell moth.
The Wellington Community Gardens Group is located in and around The Wellington Shire in Gippsland, Victoria.
A community laboratory with the mission of making science more accessible in order to empower the public in a positive environment!
We are a small primary school in South Australia's Riverland with a strong Environmental Education focus. We regularly report our Water Watch data and River observations on ABC radio.
Glen Katherine PS is situated in Eltham North and has an emphasis on environmental education and science. Since 1999 it has been developing a wildlife corridor complete with storm water catchment. Its grounds boast a range of flora and fauna that the students study.
The project is aimed at capturing the unique flora and fauna of the Cooloola Recreation Park in an attempt to highlight the diversity of this area and preserve it for present and future users. Based in the Cooloola Recreation Park in the Greater Sandy National Park, this area lies on the border of Noosa Biosphere and Cooloola Biosphere and includes Lake Cootharaba. The region is home to native flora and fauna found in Wet Eucalypt Forests. The area supports the residential community of Boreen Point and Cootharaba.
A group of people who enjoy exploring various locations around Greater Melbourne in search of interesting bird sightings and other nature sightings.