East Bentleigh Primary School students create impressive biodiversity corridor, increasing wildlife habitat, and connecting with local communities.
Victorian primary school students learn about their local history, environment and culture through an outdoor learning experience in the Grampians National Park.
More than 300 students at Mount View Primary planned and installed an Indigenous garden to enhance biodiversity and increase environmental knowledge.
Victorian pre-school students and their families get hands-on with nature as they build a biodiversity garden and enjoy the benefits of being immersed in nature as they learn.
A Victorian Junior Landcare and Biodiversity Grant helped the Mataranka Scout Camp plant native wildlife corridors for fauna to hide and to decrease the effects of erosion.