We have a range of games and activities based on life cycles, waterbugs and river health available for loan to schools.
For a full list of available resources click here.
The Waterwatch trailer is a fully equipped mobile display centre which can be taken to schools, events, excursions or camps to run activities on topics such as waterbugs, water quality, river health and salinity.
Waterwatch trailer at World Wetlands Day 2008.
Mallee Future Farming game and education package
Is coming soon! An interactive game through which students can learn about sustainable dryland farming practices. To register your interest in receiving the game and resources when they are released contact us.
Schools can gain funding for environmental projects by forming Junior Landcare groups. Call the Mallee CMA or go to the Junior Landcare website
Mallee Environmental Schools Festival
A hands on activity based day of environmental education for primary school students to learn about issues relating to water, biodiversity, waste and energy.
The festival is held in Mildura every second year and is a multiagency event.
Web of Life game, Mallee Environmental Schools Festival 2009.
Mallee Environmental Schools Festival 2009.
The are many other events held through out the year. Keep checking this website for information on days such as:
World Wetlands Day in February.
Threatened Species Day in September.
World Environment Day in June.
National Tree Day in August (and Schools Tree Day)
National Water Week in October.
Lake Cullulleraine Youth Forum.
Mallee Waterbird and Frog identification books available from the Mallee CMA
A variety of publications are produced by the Mallee CMA including; the Aquanaut - a quarterly newsletter aimed at informing the community about Waterwatch issues.
Other publications include fact sheets, posters and books.
For a full list of available publications click here.
To receive a copy of a publication call the Mallee CMA on 03 5051 4377 or download them directly via the link above.
For information regarding work experience with the Mallee CMA click here.