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SCHOOL HARVEST GOES TO MARKET

Last Saturday (31st of August) we took our wares to our local Hume Murray Farmers Market This was the culmination of about 10 weeks of seriously hard work. We   have been collecting and cleaning recycled jars and bottles, making

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OUR FROG POND 8 MONTHS LATER

the garden pond proved to be a wonderful success, both with local fauna  and our students. Families of grass parrots, plovers, crimson rosellas, willy wagtails, blue wrens, gallahs, magpies and ibises have settled in the neighbourhood because they are assured

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COMING SOON

Science Discovery recycling  project… To weed or not to weed… What happens to our produce… Recipes … About our Bhutanese volunteers… Insect hotels… Worm farming … Art in the garden…                         

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THE FROG POND- how it started

Every garden needs a frog pond… Apart from creating an interesting focal point,  a well established pond will support a diverse  range of   critters.  Birds, frogs , lizards and insects will all be encouraged to make their home close to the source of water

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