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It's Seaweek!

Mar 1, 2020
Events
Environment
It's Seaweek!

NZAEE Seaweek is a New Zealand-wide flagship celebration of environmental education, and it's on right now!

Wait. What's Seaweek?

Seaweek is a New Zealand-wide flagship celebration of environmental education. Coordinated and promoted by the NZAEE (New Zealand Association for Environmental Education), Seaweek run by members and volunteers with support from a wide range of individuals, groups and organisations. Seaweek is funded entirely through sponsorship and in-kind support.

Two of Seaweek's most important partners are the awesome folk at EMR (Experiencing Marine Reserves) and Sustainable Coastlines.

So what's on?

The Seaweek website is well worth visit. You'll find a multitude of marine environmental resources and links, competitions, even the opportunity to post your own Seaweek event.

A few comps from the website:

Check out Seaweek on Facebook.

For the most up-to-date repository of Seaweek info and events check out Seaweek on Facebook.

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