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Hands-on bushland conservation
Discuss Western Australian biodiversity and the importance of conservation. Learn about taxonomy and undertake ‘real work’ using scientific processes to take specimens and identify species. Press a plant specimen to create a herbarium record and discover how to clean, dry and store seeds for future propagation. Pot up your own native seed to take home.
Year level: 5 - 8* (also recommended for secondary education support students)
Duration: 90 minutes
Cost: Refer to Fees and Charges
Location: Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park
Bookings: Essential, please contact the Education Bookings Officer
Australian curriculum links: Science
Cross curriculum priorities: Sustainability