The CSBP Coastal Connection Challenge is a youth-led event that aims to empower young people to become custodians of their local environment and active and aware citizens.
The program brings together young people from across Kwinana and Rockingham in the two-day think-tank forum to identify opportunities and challenges in caring for our coastal areas. Students then work with subject matter experts and mentors to turn their ideas into practical action projects that can be implemented in the community.
The program is designed and organised with young people from the region who care about their environment and is run in partnership with CSBP and Perth NRM, with support from Millennium Kids, the City of Kwinana and the City of Rockingham.
Challenge teams need to be signed up by 10 march for this event, so to register your interest, find out more information or provide feedback, please contact Kath Broderick, Coastal Marine Program Manager Perth NRM (South), 0499 104 377 or Kathleen.Broderick@kwinana.wa.gov.au or firstname.lastname@example.org
Full program details out soon.