Over a thousand additional trees and shrubs were planted from a huge variety of species!
What does it look like to respond with wisdom to what we learn at school?
Whose responsibility is it to care for the environment?
What does our response to God’s call to work and keep His good creation actually look like?
These are the kinds of questions we are wanting our Year 9’s to ponder as they practice science in the kingdom of God.
We decided to give students the opportunity to get practical in response to their knowledge, by heading down to Mills Park and planting some trees and undergrowth. This is our second excursion to rehabilitate this area in the hope that we can re-create habitats for native wildlife.
Over a thousand additional trees and shrubs were planted from a huge variety of species! The students got stuck in and completed the area across two afternoons. We look forward to seeing the area come alive with wildlife across the coming years!