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Students go bush!

Central school students in the Trunkey Creek and Tuena region are going bush tomorrow to take part in a unique Enviro Day environmental education program.

Central Tablelands Local Land Services has organised the Enviro Day to give kids from Mandurama, Carcoar, Neville, Lyndhurst, and Trunkey Creek schools hands on experience investigating the habitat of rare and endangered fish, frogs, plants and other native species.

The Enviro Day bus will depart Trunkey Creek Public School at 9.45am to visit:

  • Bossiaea Fragrans project at the Abercrombie Caves Reserve
  • Key fish sites and fish habitat re-snagging at the Abercrombie River Camping Reserve
  • Booroolong frog habitat at Abercrombie Caves
  • Revegetation planting in the Abercrombie Reserve
  • Students will finish the day by planting more than 100 native trees and shrubs to enhance habitat in the Abercrombie reserve.

While the primary students are on the Enviro Day bus, infant students from the various schools will stay within Trunkey Creek Public School grounds for specially tailored learning sessions on endangered species including the Booroolong frog, gliders and native fish.

For more information about the Trunkey Creek Enviro Day contact Casey Proctor Mob: 0429 110 07