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Seeds will be sown for the future
growth of the Silverstream Reserve later this month as student’s from
Clarkville School gather for a planting day.
The day is being facilitated
through the Council’s Green Corps Environmental Education partnership with
Once a term, the environmental
education partnership works with students from Clarkville School to facilitate
a planting day (or days), or some other sort of environmental restoration activity
that aligns with learning objectives at school.
Previous sessions have seen groups
of up to 80 children visit the reserve to plant native seedlings, spread mulch
and explore the aquatic bio-diversity in the stream.
The activity has often been
supported by an Enviroschools co-ordinator on behalf of Ecan, as well as the
District’s waste educator, Lesley Ottey.
The sessions produce plenty of
fun, valuable environmental education, and result in an additional 200-300
trees being planted in the reserve.
The March 23 planting starts at
11am and will also be attended by a number of councillors and community board