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 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.
Earthlore, bat scientists, DOC, Catlins Area School, and Tahakopa School are discovering where Long-tailed bats fly and forage in the region and matching the locations of bats to habitat and invertebrates present.
By collecting, analysing and mapping their own GPS data during an interactive field trip, students learn how mathematics helps us understand animal ecology resulting in effective control of pest mammals.