The DNAiTECH is an instrument developed specifically for enhancing practical interactions with DNA technology within secondary education. The students will use the DNAiTECH to investigate local natural waterways and access levels of contamination from the
The Fairfield Project is an urban biodiversity and gully restoration project centred in the diverse community of Fairfield in Hamilton. The ongoing purpose is to provide educational opportunities for all ages alongside the restoration of the culturally an
Staff from three south Auckland libraries are building community gardens in collaboration with local community groups, businesses and schools to increase the diversity and abundance of beneficial insects.
Catchment groups working in South and West Otago have highlighted the need to help community members understand what lives in the area’s streams and to encourage students to consider the impacts of their own land use.
The Seachange Survey project was set up to create a community survey method, in conjunction with local schools and with input from residents, to monitor the health and distribution of pāua and other kaimoana species.