South Africa
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Terrific Trashion
Posted by Shea O'Connor Combined, South Africa on 28 June 2018

I was very pleased there to see many leaners and teachers that used wastes in their outfits.  What I experienced there is to see many children and other communities taking care of the environment and I also realised that pollution is an enemy to our health and the teachers and leaners who were

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Grow it yourself with Eco-bricks
Our Eco-brick Furniture
Our Fabulous Water Fest
Posted by Ebomvini Primary , South Africa on 26 June 2018
Planting out our seedlings
Posted by Blessed Luanda Primary, South Africa on 26 June 2018
eco-bricking in progress
Posted on 25 June 2018
Let's Grow
Posted by MPHEHPHETHA PS, South Africa on 20 June 2018
Tippy Tap
Posted on 20 June 2018
Learners with their posters and tippy taps
Thirsty paper
Posted on 20 June 2018
Learners with some of the recycling bags
Garden furniture Eco-bricks
Posted by Ebomvini Primary , South Africa on 20 June 2018
Alien Plant Invasion
Posted on 20 June 2018
The display at our Water festival
Wonderful Wetlands
Posted on 20 June 2018
The display at our Water Festival
Enthralled by Trashion
Posted by MPHEHPHETHA PS, South Africa on 20 June 2018
In search of a Spring
Posted by MPHEHPHETHA PS, South Africa on 20 June 2018
Water Purifiction and Pollution
Posted on 20 June 2018
grade 2 learners viewing the Power -point
Starting our veg garden
Posted by Enkelobantwana full service , South Africa on 20 June 2018
The water we eat
Posted on 20 June 2018
Mrs Pretorius's class at the Water festival
Helping our wetland on World Env Day
Posted by Enkelobantwana full service , South Africa on 20 June 2018
Trashionistas understand the real impacts
Posted by Enkelobantwana full service , South Africa on 20 June 2018
Trashionistas made time to visit the famous Howick Falls while at the Trashion Show
Terrific Trashion
Posted by Mjila primary, South Africa on 20 June 2018

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