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Joseph Natoli, SFSF Project Director, surrounded by happy, enthusiastic children
synergy vol 1 issue 1

Synergy Issue 1, Mar 1998

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  Future Harvest
   A Journey Towards a Sustainable Future

     Future Harvest is an exciting new traveling exhibition
     developed by the Museum of Victoria, Australia.



The exhibition explores the future of agriculture using inspiring case studies from across Victoria, Australia which show how local people are responding to the global challenge of sustainability.  FUTURE HARVEST is presented so that it is relevant to urban and rural people, and encourages them to think about sustainability 'in their own backyard'.


Future harvest for schools

The Future Harvest exhibition specifically targets CSF Levels 3-7, and is relevant to a broad range of curriculum areas including Science and SOSE. The exhibition also provides material for VCE students in subjects such as Environmental Studies, Agriculture & Horticulture Studies, Geography, Science, Chemistry and English.

To help schools integrate their visit into a unit of work, a variety of resources will be available such as an education kit, Internet web site, video tape and slide set.


Venues and Dates

Moe Town Hall:   27 March - 26 April
Ballarat Civic Hall:   1 May - 31 May
Shepparton Science & Technology Centre:   5 June - 5 July
Mildura Alfred Deakin Centre:   10 July - 2 August
Wodonga Civic Centre:   7 August - 30 August
Royal Melbourne Show:  17 September - 27 September
Scienceworks:    16 October 1998 - 18 April 1999

Entry is FREE at regional venues, but bookings are essential.
For bookings phone 1-800-687-386.

For more information, visit the Future Harvest web site.



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