Bush Tucker Trail

Farnborough State School, located on the traditional lands of the Darumbal people on Queensland’s far North Coast wanted to create a Bush Tucker Trail with native plantings, leading to a Yarning Circle.

Seed bombing for biodiversity

The 1st Nunawading Scout Group leaders want all their scouts to become champions of local Indigenous plants, and to gain skills in propagation so they can help improve biodiversity and restore habitats.

Biodiversity connections

East Bentleigh Primary School students create impressive biodiversity corridor, increasing wildlife habitat, and connecting with local communities.

Outdoor learning activities

Victorian primary school students learn about their local history, environment and culture through an outdoor learning experience in the Grampians National Park.