Junior Landcare learning
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Junior Landcare learning

Aware, Empowered and Active are the three characteristics that are embedded into Junior Landcare learning activities. Here are how these characteristics can benefit children and families at a time when they are spending more time at home during the coronavirus pandemic.


Junior Landcare activities allow you to be nature aware outdoors, help shift mindsets, feel motivated and make a difference to your environment.


These activities help empower children with creative new ideas to help the natural environment and provide a buffer from the world around them.


Being practical and outdoors engage the brain to learn differently away from the screen and experience the knowing in the doing.

May webinar

We are looking forward to presenting the Creating meaningful outdoor educational experiences webinar next month. Explore how you can implement the Junior Landcare Learning activities to develop great experiences. There are still a few spots left so register here for the Landcarer webinar on Thursday 7 May 4.30 pm (AEDT)


Yours in Junior Landcare,

Mary Bell
Junior Landcare Education Program Manager