Water education


Water education tours and visits and classroom resources are available by booking. These classes provide water saving tips and hints and explain water restrictions for the area. A guide for self water monitoring is available.

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Our water and waste education team have developed, produced and released news updates, DVDs, brochures and factsheets. A number of useful resources and website links related to water studies and waste recycling have also been identified. The following is a list of resources useful for schools and the general community. New resources related to waste and recycling are currently being developed. Many of the resources listed are available at the Toowoomba Regional Library. ...
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  Water quality monitoring School participation Monitoring of Gowrie or any other creek within the region is a good hands-on exercise for students and provides relevance and value to their studies about catchments and water quality issues. If your school is interested in, or has been, measuring water quality along your local creek, you can: Adopt creek sections to remove weeds and rubbish Participate in bio-monitoring of macro-invertebrates and water quality; Post data ...
We invite you to take advantage of our services, products and online resources that are available to schools (teachers and students) as well as community groups and residents in the region. We offer an education program and tours of our water facilities. Our water and waste educators are available to visit community groups and classrooms as guest speakers or offer professional support to teachers in developing water and waste related work units.  ...
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