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It was an amazing day at Point Lonsdale with these young marine Ambassadors from the Geelong region. It was their last workshop of the year and as Mandy, DRI’s Education Director said about them … ‘they inspire me to keep doing what I love, empowering the next generation to become leaders in their community’.

Geelong ISIC 2018 coastal workshop

We worked in the village of Point Lonsdale. The two main locations for the days activities were at the foreshore and the rock pools below the lighthouse. The rock pool session was the first activity of the day.

Ambassadors learnt about the Indigenous history of the area, sea grass habitats and how our citizen science program works on dolphin and boat monitoring, plus the rock pool fauna!

Geelong ISIC 2018 coastal workshop

A big day for the Ambassadors – who enjoyed a well-earned barbecue to wrap up their final workshop for the year. Well done to them all, and we know they will carry on their marvellous work for the environment into the future.

If you know any schools or teachers that would like to get involved with the ‘i sea i care’ Ambassador program then encourage them to get in touch. We are recruiting now for 2019 in seven regions around Port Phillip. Read more about ‘i sea, i care‘ on our website.

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