North East Water has developed a number of resources for our regional schools and wider community to learn more about our catchment, our water operations and sustainable water use.
North East Water plays a key role in the development and delivery of the School Environment Education Directory - SEED. SEED offers a greater opportunity to deliver our education program by providing our schools with current regional specific curriculum resources and planned events.
You can contact our Education Officers at email@example.com, or by phoning (02) 6022 0580.
SEED Water Units - with VELS links
The SEED website contains locally developed units of work, including 13 regional specific 'Water' units developed by North East Water and the NE Catchment Management Authority staff.
Tapping into Catchments
Learn about the process of supplying water from catchment to tap with our interactive on-line resource, Tapping into Catchments.
Water Efficiency Game
Match the pairs of water efficient actions in the shortest time. This game is suitable for children of all ages to participate in whilst being reminded of useful water saving tips.
Water Comes, Water Goes!
The aim of the activity is to connect the school and every house and houseblock on the town plan with a treated water supply and wastewater service at the lowest cost whilst adhering to the activities rules.
Water - Learn It! Live It!
Water - Learn it! Live it! is a resource for primary and secondary teachers that aims to provide interactive and fresh ideas for encouraging learning about water related issues.
The North East Waterwatch Program
North East Waterwatch based at the North East Catchment Management Authority in Wodonga is part of a National Community water quality-monitoring program that has been operating since 1993.
Savewater provides an extensive array of information on water saving products, water conservation practices, competitions and resources.