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With the start of the new school year, Junior Landcare has launched an online Learning Centre featuring activities developed by education professionals to help children be aware, empowered and active in caring for their local environment.
Costa Georgiadis wants kids across Australia to grab a camera and snap photos of the flora and fauna in their backyard.
Celebrating Landcare Week, Bob Hawke’s granddaughter and Landcare 30 Years ambassador Sophie Taylor-Price announced the Landcare Youth Summit in Wentworth NSW.
Mount Compass Area School’s Swamp Ambassadors received the Woolworths Junior Landcare Team Award at the 2018 National Landcare Awards which were held at the Brisbane Conference & Exhibition Centre.
Kathleen Brack, regional Landcare program officer for the West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority (WGCMA) took out the Austcover National Young Landcare Leader Award at the 2018 National Landcare Awards which were held at the Brisbane Conference & Exhibition Centre.
Metford Public School and Hunter River Community School are two of 29 Hunter Valley schools receiving Junior Landcare grants from the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) .
Five schools in the Collie region have undertaken Junior Landcare projects involving hundreds of students as part of the South32 Junior Landcare Enhancing Habitat Grants.
2018 Powerful Youth Grants will help thousands of Victorian students develop skills to protect their local environment
Landcare Australia and Momentum launched the Powerful Youth Projects in 2017 to seek new ideas for how children can actively learn and develop skills for protecting local environments. Through this program, Victorian schools, childcare centres, and youth groups can apply for grants of up to $1000.
Cawdor Public School students are getting hands on with nature after they were awarded $5,000 from the South32 Junior Landcare Grants program to go towards a habitat restoration project.