Do you wish to learn about wool and sheep? The University of New England offers campus or distance learning enrolments:
The Woolmark Company (Australian Wool Innovation) provides on-line courses and resources:
Australian Correspondence School offers distance education by correspondence.
Clear Sky Foundation has been formed to work on social programs that lead towards sustainable outcomes for the participants. The Wool Board project is one such project, seeking to assist immigrant women to develop home based wool spinning, dying, weaving and machine knitting businesses.
You may also like to visit these wool & sheep related web sites:
Participating universities in the current CRC for Sheep Industry Innovation:
Other participants in the current CRC for Sheep Industry Innovation:
Here are some links for schools that use this site. The “Environment” section is not directly about wool, but the schools and children who use these links are invited to explore Woolwise and learn about wool. Wool is a sustainable and environmentally friendly fibre. Wool is biodegradable. Wool has natural attributes that make it superior to man-made fibres.