We believe children our future for all things sustainable and we want to encourage their participation in natural resource management. We are committed to providing opportunities for participation and for students to contribute to natural resource management decisions. That is why our successful River Detectives program will continue in 2017.
River Detectives - students observing, testing and learning about their local waterways.
Registering for River Detectives provides access to:
Whether you're a teacher, parent or community member, for more information about the program and how you can get involved check out our factsheet here.
Above: Water quality testing at Kangaroo Creek, courtesy of Sandy Scheltema
During Saltwatch Week each year, schools from all over Victoria can learn about the effects of salinity on water quality in their local catchment by collecting local water sources and testing with a salinity metre to determine salt content.
Happy Birthday Saltwatch! - Saltwatch celebrates its 30th birthday in 2017 check back soon for more information about how we will be celebrating.
Check out the Salinity Snapshot Report to see what happened in our 2016 celebrations!
During National Water Week each year, schools from Victoria look at a theme and celebrate by creating posters and with local events. Check back soon to find out what is happening in 2017 for North Central CMA schools and how to be involved.
For more information about River Detectives and North Central CMAs school age education programs please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 03 5440 1863.
River Detective students got together to sing songs and tell stories about their local environment, highlighting what they had learnt from being involved in North Central Waterwatch's River Detectives program.