Eingana is the journal of Environment Education Victoria. Published twice a year, the journal showcases the work of teachers, from early childhood through to tertiary level, plus educators in community, government and business sectors.

EEV and its predecessor organisations have maintained production of Eingana since 1977. Eingana is an Aboriginal term from the Djawan tribe in the Northern Territory. Eingana is the great earth-mother, she is the inexhaustible source of life and spirit.

Contribute to Eingana

Whether you work in government, the not-for-profit sector, schools, a tertiary institution or early childhood centre, we’re keen to hear and share our members’ stories, research findings and reflections. Our next edition of Eingana will be out in December 2019.  If you would like to be involved, we encourage you to get in touch.  Contact Sarah Allen, communications@eev.vic.edu.au .