Conservation Champions

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Teacher Resource

Biodiversity on My Land Agriculture Unit

Stage

Stage 5, Stage 6

Learning Area

Agriculture

Strand

Overview, and The Farm Case Study

Summary

To maximise the benefits of this resource, we highly recommend booking a professional development (PD) session with us prior to incorporating it into your classroom activities.

This interactive unit has been thoughtfully designed to provide year 11 Agriculture students with real-life examples of productive agricultural systems that work in tandem with biodiversity conservation. The unit aims to help students explore and understand the efforts of champion landholders in New South Wales who are dedicated to conserving biodiversity while also effectively managing land for food and fibre.

By engaging with this unit, students will have the opportunity to gain an in-depth understanding of what biodiversity is, why it is crucial for Agriculture in New South Wales, and how to measure and manage biodiversity and land health within agricultural systems. Additionally, students will learn how to effectively manage private land to create a productive, healthy, and biodiverse ecosystem that will benefit not just the present, but also future generations.

Student outcomes

P1.1, P1.2, P3.1

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