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.
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.
Funded by a Woolworths Junior Landcare Grant, this fantastic project at Nakara Primary School in the Northern Territory focused on creating awareness of sustainable food practices, from seed to plate.
Students at St Barbara’s Parish School got hard to work planting a Science Club Veggie Garden to find out what vegetables would grow in their dry, desert location of Roxby Downs.
Avoca Primary School’s ‘Kids Garden: designed by kids for kids’ project set out to establish a new garden in the school grounds where children could not only learn how to grow plants and food and create animal habitats, but also learn more about themselves.