​ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

LEARNING FOR LIFE


Te Kōhaka o Tūhaitara Trust provides environmental education to many of North Canterbury and Christchurch's primary and secondary schools. These range from regular fortnightly sessions through to a few visits per year.

 

The modules are based around our Biota Node development (see the projects page) and provide for a mix of theory and experiential learning.

 

The Trust has developed our own learning resources and supplements these with visits by topic experts covering subjects including freshwater, invertebrates, microscopy and animal pest control.

 

Contact the Trust's Ranger Education & Visitor Services if you are interested in joining us

BRUCE BANKS ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AWARD 2020 WINNERS

We are pleased to announce this year’s winners of the Bruce Banks Environmental Education Award are Haylie McDonald, Hannah Wells, Layla Friedauer, and Emily Dutton. They are students from Kaiapoi North School and members of the environment group.

Their winning project is called “Feast for Flight” a creative way to enhance native bird populations at Tūhaitara Coastal Park and beyond

 


 

                                                     Last years winner Aaliyah presents 2019 winners Eloise and Loïc with their award

UPCOMING EVENTS

                                     Volunteer planting days           

2021 TBC                          Park sites

                                           

  

                                      Events

 

 31       January 2021:      Open Day

 tbc     April                       Breeze Walking Festival

tbc      July                         Matariki Night Walks

   

 

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1 Woodend Beach Road

WOODEND BEACH   

​Tel: 03 3131768 

tkot.enquiries@farmside.co.nz

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