The Riverfarm story goes on
Chapter Ten image gallery
Scroll through the image gallery and listen to the audio recording for Chapter Ten of 'Dreaming on the Riverfarm - Stories from the Hawkesbury'.
Read the Chapter Ten Audio Transcript (DOC, 26 KB)
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Hawkesbury River Waterkeeper
The University of Western Sydney, TAFE NSW Western Sydney Institute
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The vision of the Waterkeeper movement is for fishable, swimmable and drinkable waterways worldwide. The Hawkesbury Environment Network, UWS and WSI TAFE would like to introduce the Hawkesbury River Waterkeeper Alan Midgley a UWS PhD student studying the Bass Ecology.
The site build
Under a MOU on Sustainability with WSI TAFE pre-apprentice students are assisting with the rejuvenation and renovation of the site allowing them to gain hands on skills in carpentry, plumbing and electrical through blended learning.
The facility will offer multidisciplinary education programs for Greater Western Sydney Schools based on a sustainability platform linked to the new national K to 12 cross-curriculum focused on sustainability in Australia’s schools.