Best Brewongle Blogs of 2014 #eecnsw #DECNSW

The end is near! 2014 has been quite a productive year for us here at Brewongle EEC and we have had over 5500 students engage in our various programs. I have summarised below the most popular blog posts of the year as judged by the number of hits on the website. Thanks to everyone who has visited our centre, hosted us in their school, read the blog and followed us on Facebook, Twitter and Yammer. Have a an excellent, sustainable break and we look forward to 2015.

DSC_0257 (800x530)Our Writers in The Environment camp was a hit again and I think our famous authors may have helped boost our coverage on this one! Try this blog on for size.

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The resource page we have developed that is now chock full of documents, links and people to help you teach Aboriginal education has also proved very popular in the last few weeks. Look out for our teacher training day next March!

SUPexplore2Adventurer, ocean advocate and Stand Up Paddleboarder Stuart Murray visited Brewongle on his paddle around Sydney’s waterways. We put him up for the night and I helped him paddle up the Nepean River to Penrith.

DSC_0256 (640x424)Cherrybroook THS spent an interesting and smelly day investigating sewage at Rouse Hill Recycled Water Treatment Plant do you know where your toilet water goes?

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My favourite blog of the year was Where Does Your Food Come From. We have created a unit of work and a great video of local food production and reducing food miles – I had a great time filming and editing that one!

One Comment on “Best Brewongle Blogs of 2014 #eecnsw #DECNSW

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