AAEEWA EVENTS

Catchments, Corridors and Coasts

Catchments, Corridors and Coasts

This course runs in January each year. Each year, CCC participants are taken on a journey, exploring environmental issues of importance to us all. Topics cover living sustainably and how each one of us can make a difference. You will be exposed to issues and solutions...

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Earth Day Expo

Earth Day Expo

The Earth Day Expo is held around March/April of each year at the Canning River Eco Education Centre (CREEC). Earth Day is celebrated around the world in more than 300 countries on the 22nd April. This is part of an international Earth Day Network initiative for...

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Biology, Earth and Environmental Science (BEES) Day

Biology, Earth and Environmental Science (BEES) Day

BEES Day is held in June of each year.  The Biology, Earth and Environmental Science Year 9,10 and 11 Day is an annual event that showcases some of the exciting careers and investigations that are related to these subjects. It is designed to increase students’...

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Science Week Community Expo

Science Week Community Expo

The Science Week Community Science Expo is held annually in National Science Week at the Canning River Eco Education Centre (CREEC).  In 2019, the theme was 'Nature of Science' which is how we strive to make sense of our natural world and adapt to changes in...

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West Australian Sustainability Education Forum

West Australian Sustainability Education Forum

The West Australian Sustainability Education Forum is held annually in November/December at the Canning River Eco Education Centre. This forum is an opportunity for those in community, schools, industry, tertiary and government groups to share the work they are...

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The Children’s Groundwater Festival

The Children’s Groundwater Festival

This festival is held in November of each year at Whiteman Park.  The Children's Groundwater Festival is a unique environmental education event that aims to educate Western Australian children about the importance of our precious groundwater resources. The day...

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Educated by Nature see the importance of building resilience through connection; to self, nature and community. Developing strong connections with community, as with the Australian Association for Environmental Education, strengthens our collective voice in Western Australia of the value in pursuing a sustainable and resilient future.

- Daniel Burton

Educated by Nature