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  • Hawkesbury Environmental Educators Network 

    HEEN is a network for people who work with students and other school aged young people in the Hawkesbury and Penrith regions, and have an interest in sustainability and the environment. It provides an opportunity to network with other like minded people, get inspiration, hear about resources to help you, learn about professional development opportunities, and connect with local environmental education centres, community groups, and councils. HEEN meets each quarter, we email out a quarterly newsletter and other information when it comes available. If you'd like to learn more about HEEN or keep in touch, please contact us on 4732 7983 or email

    One Tree Per Child

    OTPC is a program developed by Jon Dee, former Australian of the year and founder of National Tree Day and supported by Olivia Newton-John, Kevin McCloud and Costa Georgiadis as ambassadors. Its aim is to “enable as many children as possible to plant a tree and see it grow in their town or city”.

    In 2016, Council in collaboration with OTPC delivered thousands of trees to families with children in local childcare centres.

    As part of the program, a series of curriculum resources were developed:

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