Rosedale goes green

ROSEDALE State School enjoyed a working bee for the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden project recently.

Plenty of parents, staff, students and community members turned out to construct a three-bay timber compost bin and begin the formation of several in-ground garden beds.

The compost bins were completed with timber donated by the South Bundaberg Saw and Planing Mill.

John Jarvis earthmoving also helped out by supplying and operating a digger and bobcat which made the work much easier.

A large herb spiral was also built, which has been decorated by students with hand-painted pavers.

The school is still looking for donations of building materials and plants and volunteers to help out with the environmental educational project.

For more information or to volunteer, telephone 4156 5777 or 4156 5151.



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