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Join us to inspire the next generation of kaitiaki!
Eye on Nature is the Beautification Trust's signature environmental education programme. Every year, we bring thousands of people in Auckland together to celebrate and encourage environmentally sustainable actions in everyday life.
We're offering opportunities for like-minded organisations to showcase their work, help achieve environmental and community outcomes and encourage tamariki and whānau to take sustainable action for the environment. There is no charge for getting involved, but there are lots of benefits!
With your partnership and expertise, Eye on Nature will provide hands-on learning opportunities for tamariki and whānau to learn about our 2022 theme; Incredible Kai.
Deliver hands-on environmental education to year 5 & 6 students from South & East Auckland. You can deliver your own lesson or programme, or we can help you tailor a lesson to suit the theme.
Host your own free exhibition space and share your theme-related messages with the wider Auckland community. We strongly encourage including a hands-on activity as an educational tool!
Contribute to support our event delivery, including education resources, hire equipment and prizes. Any help you can provide is greatly appreciated and amplifies our collective impact for the community.
Engage with 1,500 students at the School Days and 5,000 people at the Whānau Day, with the opportunity to educate the public on your key messages and raise the profile of your work.
Free of charge exhibition space at both the School Days and the Whānau Day.
Promote your organisation through Eye on Nature's marketing and publicity materials.
Build engagement with your local community and schools.
Collaborate and network with other environmental organisations and community leaders.
Complimentary lunch for your staff and volunteers.
Plus, so much more! Get in touch to explore how you can be involved.
Every year we have a different theme. Our Eye on Nature theme for 2022 is Incredible Kai.
Not only does kai (food) nourish us and keep our bodies healthy, but our relationship with kai also affects the health of the planet. Food security and sustainability are becoming increasingly important on our collective journey to a greener future.
Understanding where kai comes from, how it gets to the table and what happens with food scraps helps us deepen our personal relationship with nature. Kai is also an amazing social connector which brings communities and whānau together.
Throughout Eye on Nature 2022, tamariki and whānau will learn more about...
How nature creates kai from animals and plants
Nutrition and the role of kai in ecosystems
How kai gets from place to place
Waste & Recycling
‘Rot’ to do with food scraps and packaging?
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Interested in getting involved with Eye on Nature 2022? Kōrero mai, let's talk!
Complete the form below or contact us. To take advantage of all our opportunities, we encourage you to get in touch early.