The Better Earth Program team were excited to be a part of Norfolk Village State School’s recent Indigenous Planting Day held as part of the National Reconciliation Week and the National Environment Week.
Along with the Jarjums, we assisted in planting out their new garden of native species Bee and Bushtucker varieties which also included the critically endangered Ormeau Bottle Tree. This garden on the school grounds which will be used as an outdoor learning and connecting space for students. It is also aimed at improving the biodiversity in the area by attracting more wildlife and bees to the local area.
Rocky Point and the Better Earth Program are proud to be partnered with schools like Norfolk Village State school to bring education on greener gardening practices and making the earth better to for our youngest generations.