South Africa
Going waterwise
Posted by Wyebank eco buddies , South Africa on 23 September 2016

Indigenous plants and trees were planted around the school. About 100 learners were taught the correct way to plant a tree. Choosing a plant according to the amount of sunlight it is going to receive is important. Coservationists from Kloof Conservancy visited the school to give an interactive lesson on the importance of removing AIPs and planting indigenous plants and trees. Ongoing maintenance of the trees teaches the learners responsibility.




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