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Hay War Memorial High School students become conservation champions on Gayini

By NSW Biodiversity Conservation Trust posted 14-06-2024 11:29

Students from Hay War Memorial High School marked Reconciliation Week on Country this year, visiting Riverina property Gayini Nimmie-Caira to learn about cultural land management and conservation. 
Environmental educators from the Petaurus Education Group worked alongside land managers Sam and Jamie Woods to teach the students about the conservation and cultural value of the landscape at Gayini. 
As the largest privately owned area permanently protected under a conservation agreement with the NSW Biodiversity Conservation Trust, Gayini is often referred to as the Kakadu of the South, in reference to the millions of water birds it supports. 
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30 days ago

What an amazing experience for the students. Thanks to everyone involved