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Course on urban food growing
A course in vocational and community engagement which includes urban food growing starts at Sydney TAFE in Petersham next March.
Other topics included are green composting, bush regeneration and bush food, workshops on herb and vegetable growing, permaculture, water conservation and caring for chickens and companion planting. Details: www.sit.nsw.edu.au
University of New England
Bachelor of Environmental Science – School of Environmental and Rural Sciences. Geoff Hinch, deputy head of school firstname.lastname@example.org See website
Charles Sturt University
Bachelor of Environmental Sciences – distance education only. Course director and coordinator: Jonathan Howard, email@example.com https://www.csu.edu.au/courses/undergraduate/environmental_science/course-overview
Australian National University
Fenner School of Environment and Society: postgraduate courses in environment, environmental science, climate change. Undergraduate majors. Contact associate professor JA Lindsay, firstname.lastname@example.org
Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne.
Bachelor of Science (Environmental Sustainability) – Faculty of Life and Social Sciences. Course coordinator: Prof Ian Harding, email@example.com
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
Bachelor of Environmental Science/Bachelor of Engineering (double degree) – School of Applied Sciences. Program leader: Nichola Porter, firstname.lastname@example.org
RMIT, Arts faculty – Environment, Planning and Sustainability, School of Global Studies, Social Science and Planning. Courses include: Bachelor of Social Science (Environment)
Graduates of these programs are eligible for membership of either the Planning Institute of Australia or the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand.