How to run the Tiny Gardeners Project in your school

To help you conduct the Tiny Gardeners Project experiment in your school grounds or gardens we have put together an instructional video that takes you through the process start to finish! Remember you can always get in touch via email if you have any questions. And don’t forget to send your data back to tinygardenersproject@gmail.com … More How to run the Tiny Gardeners Project in your school

About Matthew McKenzie

Matthew McKenzie is the principal of Thalgarrah Environmental Education Centre, a regional school nestled in the Eucalypt forests north of Armidale. Here Matthew chats with Dr James O’Hanlon on the In Situ Science podcast about what its like working in an environmental education centre, and how his passion for the environment led him to getting … More About Matthew McKenzie

About Dr James O’Hanlon

The Tiny Gardeners Project has been developed by Dr James O’Hanlon from the University of New England in Armidale NSW. James is a ‘behavioural ecologist’ who studies the behaviour of animals in their natural environment. He has worked on a wide variety of animals including the flower mimicking orchid mantis, colour-changing chameleon grasshoppers and predatory … More About Dr James O’Hanlon