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Newsletter - February 2014

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A new update is coming, but in the meantime look back at our NOVEMBER UPDATE to see what we got up to in 2013:

Students can win a flight over Antarctica or a Southern Ocean wilderness cruise; watch the video of the Thailand-Tasmania exchange; relive the VOLCANO LAND experience; see the results of the My My Maria expeditions and App production; follow our blog from Nepal; catch up with Lynchpin, Redmap and the Three Peaks race; a special gift from Doctor Who to Dunalley Primary; Andrew launches the ABC Giving Tree; Bookend meets The Phantom of the Opera; and various other achievements and events!

Do you have an interest in copyright issues and the use of online resources in the digital world? Bookend is pleased to host a presentation on these topics next Friday (27 June) from 2pm to 5pm at the IMAS Waterfront Building in Hobart


Coastal Waste Project presentations/workshops



Go to the November update HERE

Last Updated on Friday, 20 June 2014 16:25

The Bookend program seeks to inspire students and the community with the potential of building positive and effective environmental careers and solutions.

We achieve this through a diverse range of projects, including scholarships, documentaries, school visits, public presentations, on-ground field courses and the award-winning Expedition Class adventure learning program.

 Bookend is funded through the time, energy and donations of private individuals concerned about building a positive and co-operative environmental future for our students and community. We welcome the feedback and comment of anyone prepared to Be involved!

Have you seen our ads and want to know more about what we do? Here's the starters' guide!

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