skip to Main Content
Aunty Dot

Collecting oral histories

Oral histories support WithOneSeed's Open education cultural resource development. At the Royal Botanic Gardens, Cranbourne, today WithOneSeed filmed Indigenous Elder Aunty Dot Peters of the Wurundjeri, demonstrating her cultural craft of making an eel trap out of tall spike rush.…

Read More
WithOneSeed Connects Baguia To The World

WithOneSeed connects Baguia to the world

It is with great excitement that today the first WithOneSeed village-based Technology Resource Hub in Baguia, Timor Leste is connected to a satellite internet service. The satellite dish, set up by WithOneSeed in association with InfoTimor, will provide access to…

Read More

Problem-based learning activities

Students from Melbourne Girls' College in Richmond, today rode their bikes and caught the train out to the Royal Botanic Gardens in Cranbourne, to participate in WithOneSeed's Carbon Futures program. WithOneSeed in association with Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne has developed…

Read More

Carbon Futures heads to Timor Leste

WithOneSeed Founder, Andrew Mahar and Education Advisor Mick Robertson, arrived in Dili today to begin a 2 week agenda to introduce the Carbon Futures program to teachers in the sub district of Baguia. WithOneSeed in association with Royal Botanic Gardens,…

Read More
Back To Top