The Conservation Council has released a new guide for primary school children and their families called ‘Canberra’s Amazing Nature’.
Canberra’s Amazing Nature is targeted at the upper primary years and explores the natural and cultural heritage values of the ACT. It includes a wonderful overview of the species and ecosystems endemic to our region, and also discusses threats to the environment. Added to this is a handy field guide of species in different habitats, and a section that outlines actions that children and their families can take to protect their local environment.
This resource was developed with the support of the ACT Government via the ACT Heritage Grants Program. Hard copies will be made available to all primary schools across the ACT.
You can download it now!