Explore Indigenous sustainable use of natural resources. Engage in traditional tool-making practices, and a forest walk to discover many uses of plants and animals. For Years 11-12. *Not available during the fire season (October-April)
Fighting the "Biological Bulldozer" can it be stopped? Students are introduced to the treatment, tools and processes used to manage the spread of dieback and undertake a stem injecting activity to help protect trees. For Years 11 and 12.
Get involved in this great citizen science project by taking part in a hands-on trapping session and contribute to the Western Shield research. For Years 11 and 12 and Bush Rangers
Gain insight into principles and practices of sustainable forest management. Engage in field techniques used by forest managers to determine sustainable timber harvests while maintaining and enhancing biodiversity. For Years 11 and 12.
Investigate environmental change and management within the Swan Canning Riverpark Investigate how a wetland ecosystem functions by conducting a range of field tasks on its biotic and abiotic component. For years 11 and 12.
Examine the factors that influence the water cycle and flow within a catchment. Explore management issues on a walk through the forest. This excursion is suitable for Waterwise schools. Choose a 2 hour or 4 hour duration. Years 7-10.
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