As part of the Green Machine option on Wednesday afternoons students at Upper Yarra have planted about 400 native tubestock at the front entrance to the school and along Riversdale Road. Yarra Ranges council donated 200 tree guards to protect these plants. The tubestock was sourced from ECOSS nursery in Wesburn and leftover plants from local nurseries.
By Sacred Heart College Geelong | April 27, 2013
This year Sacred Heart College Geelong commenced its participation in Resource Smart Schools AuSSIVic, a nationally recognised programme which requires schools to incorporate sustainability into all aspects of the school. […]
By Westbourne Grammar School | May 2, 2013
Late in 2002 an area of vacant land 40m x 17m was allocated to the Earth Education program. This unused clay pan eyesore was situated at the end of the […]