Inspiring Aussie Nature Stories

Watch the finalists in Macquarie University’s (re)Generation Project

The (re)Generation Project explores the ways to engage young people to visit and value nature.

Personal connections with nature are powerful. We are a part of nature, so our relationship with it is really important and being in it is critical to our health and mental wellbeing.

A group of 14-27 year olds have crafted their stories about the people and places that keep them connected to nature into short films.

One of the finalists is One Day A Week In Nature By The Nature Project (Jennifer McMillan, Joshua Stainlay, Madeleine Bell, Holly Gunton, Ariel Palmese and Graham Carroll). 

Watch the rest of the films and cast your vote for the one that inspires you the most here.

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