Goolma Public School's Eco Schools project to reduce waste and improve the biodiversity of school grounds

Jay-Anna Mobbs
By Jay-Anna Mobbs
Updated June 8 2022 - 11:29pm, first published June 7 2022 - 12:00am
Goolma Public School students Harry, Isaiah, Noah, Bob and Isakk doing audits as part of their Eco Schools project. Pictures: Supplied

With a focus on reducing and recycling waste, Goolma Public School students are improving the biodiversity of school grounds as part of their fourth Eco Schools project.



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