Grounding the Vision at Paeroa College

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It’s amazing what can happen in a short time when you have a group of keen students, passionate teachers, an inspired Principal, supportive board and two highly creative members of the community. Paeroa College became an Enviroschool at the beginning … Continue reading

FREE Interactive science workshops 8th of May and 12 May

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FREE Interactive science workshops at Fairfield College, Hamilton The Fairfield Project and Science Learning Hub welcome primary teachers to attend their free, interactive science workshops. These are designed specifically to support the Primary Science Week theme – Eco warriors. Each workshop … Continue reading

Be a scientist for a day at the Lake Rotopiko Bioblitz!

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The first-ever peat lake BioBlitz comes to Lake Rotopiko on Friday 16th and Saturday 17th February when scientists and volunteers will explore the site with the public and hunt for as many different species of fauna, flora and fungi as … Continue reading

The Swannery – nurturing monarchs at Rhode Street School

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One of the first things you notice when you enter Rhode Street School are the biodiverse and vibrant gardens – it’s a living ecosystem.  Colourful flowers provide the much-needed nectar for pollinators including monarch butterflies which are regularly seen.  But … Continue reading

Become one of DOC’s Habitat Heroes!

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Do you know an early childhood centre, school or community group that’s doing great restoration work or wants to get started and doesn’t know how? The Habitat Heroes resources and 2017 competition is a great place to start! The Habitat Heroes Competition is … Continue reading

Furiously planning Term 3? Check out the Science Learning Hub!

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Furiously planning term 3? Check out the Science Learning Hub! Term 3 is a time when farmers are working harder to mitigate nutrient run-off problems. The whitebait season opens and closes, commercial crops start flowering for pollination and the godwits … Continue reading