Natural Resource Management (NRM) is the integrated management of the natural resources that make up Australia’s natural landscapes – that is, our land, water, soil, plants and animals. The regional NRM model is about NRM regions working and partnering with a remarkable range of people across the country, from the local scale to the national level.

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Hands-on workshops about environmental issues were a hit at the 5-day National Science Week events at Highbury Aqueduct in 2017-18. Around 500 students from Highbury Primary School + special needs classes from Modbury Primary School attended. Take a look at more of the great work achieved last financial year thanks to all our volunteers, partners and staff: bit.ly/2SgU6dy.

Want to get your students out amongst the greenery? Find out more about schools in parks here: bit.ly/2SglKYa.

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Dominica Thomson

Brooke Trudgen in the link there’s an education pack for Anstey hill.

Those raindrops are falling on my head, they keep fallin’… and when they run over your house (in urban areas) and into drains that carry them to waterways, and then the sea, they become known as stormwater. The rain obviously didn’t get that far in the song.

Things that get collected in the water along the way can pollute it. #AMLR uses things like gross pollutant traps and wetlands to reduce that pollution. Harvested stormwater also irrigates parks, ovals and gardens, taking the pressure off Adelaide’s drinking water supply.

What can you do to help stop common pollutants winding up in our waterways and the sea: dispose of your rubbish responsibly; use your green bin for leaves and lawn clippings; and be a responsible pet owner and pick up after your dog.

You can also look into using your property’s stormwater in a raingarden: bit.ly/2FboHFB.

Learn more about stormwater here: bit.ly/2O0i0sx.

#WaterFactsWednesday #water #1000soflocalsolutions

📷 First Creek Wetland
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Those raindrops are falling on my head, they keep fallin’… and when they run over your house (in urban areas) and into drains that carry them to waterways, and then the sea, they become known as stormwater. The rain obviously didn’t get that far in the song. 
Things that get collected in the water along the way can pollute it. #AMLR uses things like gross pollutant traps and wetlands to reduce that pollution. Harvested stormwater also irrigates parks, ovals and gardens, taking the pressure off Adelaide’s drinking water supply. 
What can you do to help stop common pollutants winding up in our waterways and the sea: dispose of your rubbish responsibly; use your green bin for leaves and lawn clippings; and be a responsible pet owner and pick up after your dog.
You can also look into using your property’s stormwater in a raingarden: https://bit.ly/2FboHFB. 
Learn more about stormwater here: https://bit.ly/2O0i0sx. 
#WaterFactsWednesday #water #1000soflocalsolutions
📷 First Creek Wetland
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