Links

Enviroschools The national Enviroschools website with information on how the programme works and resources for teachers and facilitators. The Enviroschools network is made up of thousands of people working together to regenerate our communities and ecosystems. Enviroschools teacher’s resources (secure site).

Waikato Regional Council The Waikato Regional Council co-ordinates the Enviroschools programme in the region. Click here for the Waikato Regional Council Enviroschools page.

Measuring Change  The national Enviroschools website designed to support your school/ECE  to measure and track the physical environmental outcomes from your actions.   This data can also be collated to help us all to understand the difference that the Enviroschools network is making towards creating sustainable communities and a more sustainable New Zealand.

Trees for Survival Waikato Enviroschools facilitate the Trees for Survival programme in the Waikato. Trees for Survival is a programme which promotes the growing and planting of native trees to help control soil erosion and strengthens local communities. By growing and planting trees, children learn about the interconnectedness of our ecosystems and experience being part of a local environmental restoration.

Sustainable Communities through Kai Here you’ll find great examples and stories of learning and action around kai /food. This Enviroschools page connects to case studies, resources and research to support the development of school and community food production.

Websites supporting native habitat restoration:

Forest Flora (Nursery supplying  ecosourced seedlings for our Trees for Survival schools)
Weedbusters  a national website supporting weed education and awareness.
The Ripple Effect Waikato people working on small backyard actions to major environmental restoration projects.
Websites supporting water quality and water conservation
Waicare – education for healthy water ways

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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

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