SCENIC... Gemma Mattschoss and Amelia Cornell prepare to place two more plants in  The Gap sand hills. SCENIC... Gemma Mattschoss and Amelia Cornell prepare to place two more plants in The Gap sand hills.

Students maintain The Gap environment

AFTER viewing the television program War on Waste, Maitland Lutheran School years 1 and 2 students were inspired to help care for their local environment.

They wrote to the Yorke Peninsula Council asking for the opportunity to contribute, and chose The Gap campground as their project, making plans to spend a day there on August 24

Working with council staff, the students planted 200 indigenous shrubs, grasses, and groundcovers around the campground.

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