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Junior Landcare hits our TV screens!
Getting involved in Landcare and L.I.F.E is a different experience for everyone. But no matter who you are or where you live, there is something that you can do to make a difference. This is the message from L.I.F.E's newest TV ad, which tells people about caring for the land through Junior Landcare.
Junior Landcare hits our TV screens!
Junior Landcare hits our TV screens!
Getting involved in Landcare and getting involved ...
Yates Junior Landcare Winter Vegie Challenge back for 2015!
Yates Junior Landcare Winter Vegie Challenge back for 2015!
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Coles Junior Landcare Garden Grants closed
Coles Junior Landcare Garden Grants closed
Update 27th March:  Please note that applications ...
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A Christmas Message
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Landcare lessons launch into 2015 Australian curriculum
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Case Study Spotlight

The Crow Patch (Vegetable/Bush Tucker Garden)
Wagga Wagga Public School received a 2012 Round 1 Coles Junior Landcare Garden Grant to improve ...
Campbelltown Performing Arts High School
Students at Campbelltown Performing Arts High School now have their own water wise garden, thanks to ...
Mundaring Christian College
Mundaring Christian College, located west of Perth, applied for a Coles Junior Landcare School Garden Grant ...
Peregian Beach Community College (P-12), QLD
Peregian Beach Community College on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast used their School Garden Grant to fund a ...
Wonderful Worms and Fabulous Fungi
The students at Margate Primary School have been learning about composting with the creation of mushroom ...
Save the Frogs- Create a frog pond
Cathedral College received a 2010 Westpac Junior Landcare Sustainability Leadership grant in order to undertake their ...
Turramurra North Public School
Ngunnawal Know How
For the Ngunnawal Know How project, students at St Francis of Assisi Primary School have engaged ...
Bakewell Primary School
Students at Bakewell Primary School have created a native garden to represent the song “From Little ...
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