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Bat Education Resources

A new suite of bat education resources has been developed for Queensland's Burnett Mary region.

Murray River © Kelly Coleman

From Albury to Barham along the mighty Murray River

From Albury to Barham, we spent 10 days travelling along the Murray River conducting business and generating a greater understanding of the Murray River system.

Bush Stone-curlew © Chris Tzaros

New threatened species school resource gets launched

Weir-loo weir-loo… Bush Stone-curlews call in joy as a new school education resource to raise awareness of their plight gets launched in Albury.

2017 Creative Catchment Kids Resources

In 2017 we helped publish 31 new Creative Catchment Kids resources.

Dirty Hands = Fun Learning for Enviro-Stories

There were smiles all around when Wee Waa and Fairfax Public School students got dirty learning about sensational soils.

WildBlak – Visiting Cultural Sites

A trip to the Pilliga region is not complete without visiting some of the cultural sites.

WildBlak – Baradine Weaving Circle Begins

The Baradine weaving circle begins as young and old come together to learn a new skill, share stories and then teach one-another. It is very powerful.

WildBlak – The school experience

With Cassie's school cultural presentation, the kids don't take long for them to start hanging onto her every word.

WildBlak – Harvesting Roadkill

Driving along the road it is hard for Cassie to not stop at every animal that has been killed by a vehicle.

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