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Garden challenge
Posted by Dirkie Uys Primary, South Africa on 31 August 2017
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All classes are to enter a design your own garden competition. In this way we get to grow vegetables that can be sold or given for disadvantaged learners. The winning class will be rewarded. So far we have turned a dead area into and Eco garden - and area planting up vegetables which will be used fo

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Hidden Water
Has Attachment
Posted on 29 August 2017
Water wisdom
Water wisdom
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Challenging our Families
Posted by Nerisha Daniel on 28 August 2017
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Wetland Circle Map
Posted by Meghan Walker on 23 August 2017
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Butt ! We can catch so much more...
Posted by Gugu on 15 August 2017
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Hippo roller fundraiser
Posted on 15 August 2017
Fundraising for hippo roller
Fundraising for hippo roller
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Aquaponics Veggie Growing
Posted on 14 August 2017
Copper and Silver (the Tilapia) with their herb and veggie companions
Copper and Silver (the Tilapia) with their herb and veggie companions
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Bread Tags
Posted on 13 August 2017
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Mini-SASS Challenge
Posted on 13 August 2017
Looking at river invertebrates
Looking at river invertebrates
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Wetland Warriors
Posted on 11 August 2017
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Secret water in paper production
Posted on 11 August 2017
The story behind paper
The story behind paper
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Growing spinach for charity
Posted on 9 August 2017
Growing spinach seedlings
Growing spinach seedlings
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The Drought Dilemma
Posted on 7 August 2017
Our Drought Collage
Our Drought Collage
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Champion Eco- bricks
Posted on 3 August 2017
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More meat free meals
Posted on 3 August 2017
Food diary results
Food diary results
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