On Tuesday this week our Year 6 Student Leaders were invited to participate in a project to revive the Nathan Road Wetland Reserve. Volunteers from the Conservation Volunteers Association received a grant from the Federal Government to plant new natives in the Reserve and after some very successful community planting days, our students got to help home another 100 plants.
The leaders also had a brief ‘Walk and Talk’ where they observed scats, identified native plants, and saw over 25000 plants that have recently been planted.
Well done to the group for getting their hands dirty to bring new life to our local environment. What a delight it will be for them to revisit the site in many years time to see the shrubs grown and thriving!