- Richie Allan is a Ngunnawal Educator who runs tours, programs for kids and visits schools.
- ACT Parks Murumbung Rangers share cultural knowledge about caring for country across ACT’s parks and reserves.
- Gilawarra Arts are a local arts business that can run workshops.
- Adam Shipp is a Wiradjuri man who specialises in plants and bush tucker. He visits schools and runs tours and workshops.
- Greening Australia and Icon Water’s Ngadyung Program – schools can learn about How clean the water is in rivers, lakes and wetlands. Good water quality has low levels of pollutants. and bush tucker from Indigenous Training and Engagement Officer, Aaron Chatfield.
- Dhawura cultural tours by Ngunawal man, Tyronne Bell
- Landcare has a list of young people’s engagement programs and activities in Canberra.
- Visit Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve
- Visit Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary
- Visit Jerrabomberra Wetlands
- Visit the Arboretum for The usual weather that happens in an area over a long time, usually many years. Climate change is when this usual weather changes. research.
- Visit the Australian National Botanic Gardens to explore different A collection of interacting living and non-living things. A forest ecosystem would consist of the trees, grasses, soil, rocks, animals, insects and how each of these things interacts. and learn about plant ecology.
- Help keep our waterways clean and monitor Animals and plants that live in, and are originally from, an area. The area could be large, like Australia, or it could be small, like a specific national park. wildlife with Waterwatch.
- Monitor frog species and abundance with Frogwatch.
- Use the FrogID to record frog sightings.
- Use Canberra Nature Map to record sightings of plants and animals you see across Canberra.
The Academy of Future Skills can provide teaching support and resources (including monitoring tools and lab space) to schools/classes when learning about sustainability.