Thanks to their Woolworths Junior Landcare Grant, Plumpton Public School was able to renew their Yarning Circle area with native plants and create habitats for local insect life.
Through their fantastic Sustainability Trail project, the Eco Warriors at Holland Park State School constructed gardens around the school to increase biodiversity and engage fellow students in learning about native animals and their habitats.
Thanks to their Woolworths Junior Landcare Grant, Merindah Children’s Centre in Wallsend, NSW, set about planting native herbs and plants to help children learn more about different species of plants, and their connection to the land and its people.
Thanks to their Woolworths Junior Landcare Grant, Dayboro Community Kindergarten in Queensland created a natural environment for their resident lizards to have a safe space to live within the grounds of the kindergarten.
Latham Pre-School’s Garden project set about establishing two garden types – seasonal vegetables and native/bush tucker – so that students can learn about where their food comes from and develop knowledge about Indigenous plants and food practices.