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KAI for KAI tasting competition! Wednesday 12 June and Wednesday 19 June.
The school with the most support will win the $1,500 Cash4Schools prize!
It's time to start planning for Māori Language Week 2013!
This year for Leadership Week the Sir Peter Blake Trust encourages New Zealand to get involved in a celebration and demonstration of leadership.
World Water Monitoring Challenge recently launched a channel on YouTube!
ENVCO - Environmental Equipment Suppliers. Take a look at their latest newsletter.
The Mother Earth Reward for 2013 will open for entries Monday 27 May.
Workshop series 2013! Free one-day Sustainability Film-making workshops.
Check out the episode from 'Attitude' featuring students of Salisbury School.
Learn to identify and take control of weeds! Register now for this free workshop.
Find out dates and venues of the annual cluster meetings for primary and intermediate teachers and principals.
Find out all about the Whitebait Connection Programme and how you can get involved.
Learn how to create your own butterfly garden habitat with this online course.
Solarei - sustainable architecture and design. Check out Solarei's ideas!
See why it is so important to recycle. Scary, tragic and true. A must see video!
Lots of Enviroschools ideas from the Bay of Plenty – happy browsing!
Awarded "Best Picture book" for children by Honolulu weekly.
EcoCover introduces EcoCover mulch and weed mat to Enviroschools.
Find an interesting educational resource on Tuna Kuwharuwharu - The Longfin Eel.
Find out how you can order your copy of 'Our Future' Climate Change DVD.
Find updated information about the Outreach Tuna Tour "Making Art to Save the Longfin".
A new paper derived in part from sugar cane fibre is available.
Check out this E-book resource at the Landcare Research website.
These two digital stories feature schools who have received funding from WWF's Environmental Education Action Fund.
This book strongly promotes and encourages reusing and recycling but in an appealing fun way.