Take a look at who and what made the pages of the Camden Haven Courier in November, 2008.
In 2008, it was reported in the Camden Haven Courier that a Wash House Beach Community Education Program in Dunbogan was established.
The celebration took place at Pilot Beach where Federal Member for Lyne Robert Oakeshott was joined by other community members involved in the project.
The prominent environmental preservation sign at Wash House Beach was unveiled.
Research commenced in 2006 after the Camden Haven Community Collage received a grant from Environmental Trust to aid an Environmental Education Program.
The study was approved by the NSW Minister for Environment and aimed to educate people on the importance of protecting, enhancing and sustaining the species’ diversity and natural integrity of the inter-tidal zone at Wash House Beach.
The CHCC approached Marine Biologist and teacher at Camden Haven High School Debbie Geronimi, along with a team of CHHS students to undertake research and compile a report to develop programs and interpretive signage to educate the community and visitors on how to protect flora and fauna.