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Interested in joining the Nature Education Centre?
This short film provides some background information on us and to what we can offer to our members.
Thank you to Adrien and Huan from UniSA for this collaboration.
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1 month ago

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It was our absolute pleasure to visit, so glad our animals brought about some happiness and smiles 😁 wishing all your families a merry ChristmasNot our usual house guests, but this evening our families enjoyed a visit from some furry, scaly and feathery friends. Thanks to the Nature Education Centre for eliciting smiles (and squeals) from both the children and mums! ... See MoreSee Less

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We wish all our members and volunteers a Merry Christmas, and a relaxing break with your families. From all of us at the Nature Education Centre ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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Another fantastic initiative at one of our member Star of the Sea School. Congratulations to all involved.Star of the Sea School students improved habitat for local plants and animals in the school through hands-on learning such as experimenting with propagating native seeds, removing invasive weeds, and researching and designing signage for indigenous plants. These activities were linked to the school’s science program and involved students, staff, parents and the community. The project was supported by a grant the school received last year. Can your school or preschool benefit from a grant of up to $2000 (GST exclusive)? Do you have a project that can enable exploration in environmental sustainability? More details here: bit.ly/2yV8TlU. Applications close 1 March 2019. This grant is funded from the NRM levy. #AMLR ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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Hoping some of our members might be able to promote this to your students? What a great opportunity 😁

Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board
Young coastal champions wanted! Do you know someone 13-15 years old who loves the coast and wants to learn more about it and marine environments, and to help conserve it? We’re looking for young adults to be part of our new Coastal Ambassador Youth Training Program! There will be workshops with virtual underwater tours and exciting field trips, such as snorkelling and kayaking. It’s free and will be held over the summer school holidays. For more details and to apply: bit.ly/2S1G4vY. This program is funded by the NRM levy.

Snorkelling photo thanks to Photojo.

City of Holdfast Bay City of Marion City of Onkaparinga District Council of Yankalilla Alexandrina Council City of Port Adelaide Enfield Council City of Salisbury, SA, Australia City of Playford City Of Charles Sturt
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2 months ago

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What a fabulous idea - congrats to our member Coromandel Valley Primary School on your innovative project.This beautiful mural was created thanks to a school action grant to Coromandel Valley Primary School, along with a butterfly garden, which are used for students to conduct investigations. The aim is to increase student involvement and connection to nature across the school. An added benefit is that these sites also offer a calming environment.
"I felt really proud to be involved in this and amazed at how it turned out" said one student.

Could your school or preschool benefit from a grant of up to $2000 (GST exclusive)? Projects need to enable student exploration in environmental sustainability. More details here: bit.ly/2yV8TlU. Applications close 1 March 2019.
This grant is funded from the NRM levy.
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