The project aims to help improve understanding of land-water interactions, develop the ability to utilise maps, and to encourage stewardship of landforms, watersheds and other natural resources among rural New Zealanders.
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
The project is co-creating together with Raglan Area School and Papa Taiao outdoor living classrooms where students will be introduced to a variety of local environmental issues, human impacts and explore various solutions to these. Learning takes place o
These hands-on exploratory workshops introduce young students to science and technology, emphasising connections to their natural environment. A whānau science day helps students share what they have learned.
Engaging and exciting Maori youth (18 years and younger) through an outreach programme that introduces astronomical concepts, space travel, and physics to provide an exciting platform to engage our rangitahi.
Local school students and community members will learn to apply Internet of Things (IoT) sensors measuring a range of factors, including soil moisture, air temperature, relative humidity, UV levels, rainfall, air pressure, wind speed and wind direction.
Providing an astrobiology field trip for secondary school students to highlights New Zealand’s geologic features and associated flora and fauna, and explore questions related to life’s origins and existence in extreme environments.