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Naomi Wells
by Published on June 18, 2020

Whilst we have all been #stayinghome to protect our community, Bellarine Catchment Network have come up with an innovative way ​that students and environmental volunteers can stay connected to the environment. The not-for-profit environmental organisation will be releasing a series of ‘Environmental Action – A Practical Guide' videos showcasing environmental action and information that can contribute towards local conservation. View the first video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SbP8HB_mAM

Rebecca St Ledger, Environmental Projects Facilitator of Bellarine Catchment Network features in the first educational video and is excited by the chance to bring simple conservation actions to volunteers and students at home.

“We are delighted to be bringing these 6 fun and informative videos to viewers at home who are looking for ways to reconnect with the outdoors. We wanted to make conservation achievable and inclusive for everyone, no matter if you’re a total beginner or have a lot of experience behind you. We hope viewers find the demonstrations motivating and are excited to give things a go!”

Graeme O’Leary, President of the Bellarine Catchment Network is enthused by the potential to inspire new and existing conservationists.

“The six videos we are releasing are designed to engender a genuine interest in preserving our unique local flora and fauna in all age groups. We hope the videos inspire you to investigate the exceptional and remarkable environment that surrounds us on the Bellarine. The community preserve and work towards a healthy habitat for ourselves and future generations. Each one of us can make a difference.”

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