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Mick Taylor
Ever wondered how to grow a pair of jeans?
No?
Not me either - but there you go!
If you have wondered - well you my friend are in luck!
DYI from plant to pant: how to grow a pair of jeans!
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Landcare Farming
Interested in attending the next Livestock Advisor Update, a series of regionally relevant, one-day technical workshops for the red meat industry and held across Australia.
Want to gain new skills, hea...View More
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Landcare Farming
Did you see Dr Heather Channon's webinar last month on designing a national strategy for control of feral pig impact on conservation and agriculture?
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Rowan Reid
Can forestry - the act of growing and harvesting timber - be an act of Landcare? Of course I think it can but it means changing the way we do forestry and landcare.
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Naomi Wells
by Published on August 13, 2020

Each year, Bellarine Catchment Network facilitate more than 15 environment days for primary, secondary and tertiary schools in the region. These days normally including revegetation activities, litter audits, beachcombs, birdwatching and more. This year, things are looking a little different! 🌿

We have just finished creating 3 remote learning resource packs for teachers to use with their classes across our region. The topics include litter and water, wetlands and biodiversity and there are more to come including waste, climate change and introduced species!

These activities have been designed to engage grade 4-6's without the need for parental permission or assistance. They encourage the student to be creative, think critically and utilise research skills in an achievable and easy way.

If you are a teacher and want a copy of these resources, please send an email to 𝗶𝗻𝗳𝗼@𝗯𝗰𝗻.𝗼𝗿𝗴.𝗮𝘂 for a copy of these resources.

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