South Africa
100

53490
points earned by our 451 teams

Wetland Bird Hides and Raised Walkways

In an effort to make our schools wetland more appealing and exciting to go to, the Cowan House Ecokidz took time out of their holiday to construct a raised walkway from one of the bird hides to the dam wall. They also worked on clearing the wetland of invasive plant species.

The reasons behind the

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Flower Fun!
Posted on 15 May 2019
The Tree of Wonder
Posted by Shea O'Connor Combined, South Africa on 15 May 2019
Grow your own vegetables - Our school and REKO SUPPORT
Posted by Shea O'Connor Combined, South Africa on 15 May 2019
The Eco-brick thing
Posted by Shea O'Connor Combined, South Africa on 15 May 2019
Wetland Day Festival!!
Posted by Shea O'Connor Combined, South Africa on 15 May 2019
Magic Moringa
Posted on 14 May 2019
Sharing it with the birds
Posted by Nhlonhlweni Primary Schol, South Africa on 7 May 2019
Your food is your medicine
Posted by Phumelelani Primary, South Africa on 7 May 2019
A bumper harvest
Posted by Ebomvini Primary , South Africa on 7 May 2019
Grey Water Experiment
Posted by Bambanani Primary School, South Africa on 7 May 2019
Mrs Naickers homemade secrets
Scientific Method
Has Attachment
Posted on 7 May 2019
Explorers Who Care DO NOT care for fracking!!
Posted by Scottsville School, South Africa on 25 April 2019
Grey Water Champs - 3192 litres collected so far!
Posted by Luhana Primary, South Africa on 24 April 2019
Cool Tippy Taps
Posted by Luhana Primary, South Africa on 24 April 2019
Creating something out of (almost) nothing
Posted by Thanduxolo Primary School, South Africa on 24 April 2019
The building of our precious pond from Start to Finish
Posted by Luhana Primary, South Africa on 17 April 2019
What is the quality of the Ndendemuka Stream?
Posted by Mjila primary, South Africa on 17 April 2019
Checking out our local Stream
Posted by Mjila primary, South Africa on 17 April 2019

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