Young Landcarers

Here we have some handy resources to help develop the knowledge, skills, values needed to help people contribute to a more sustainable environment.

Is your primary school a member of Landcare Tas? Look them up here

“How to” guides and resources to support Junior Landcare in schools.
These resources were produced and designed to support the Australian Curriculum.
make a frog pond, a worm farm and creating a food garden

Marine Debris Fact Sheets  (Tangaroa Blue) - interesting fact sheets on plastics and other marine debris, clean-up safety and waste-free lifestyles.
microplastic infographic, how long till it’s gone, what is marine debris

Activity sheets for teachers educational activities in Tasmania’s National Parks
Activity notes Living Treasures, Discover our Parks, Looking after National Parks

Web links

The Derwent Estuary Program has developed a range of classroom educational resources and outdoor activities focused on key estuary habitats.

Scientists and Mathematicians in Schools (SMiS) is a national program managed by CSIRO. It provides skilled volunteers the opportunity to have a positive impact and make a difference to science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) education in primary and secondary Australian schools.

Cool Australia produces curriculum resources on a wide range of topics, for high school students up to year 12.