LVSS Students Roll Up Their Sleeves
Children from prep to year six at Logan Village State School were doing their bit to help the environment this month by planting native trees.
Principal David Cramb and P&C President Michelle Wilkie joined the fun rolling up their sleeves to help plant, fertilise and water in the new trees.
The trees, provided by Logan City Council, were planted along the boundary of the school site adjacent to the new Amber Gardens Development.
Councillor Laurie Koranski was there to lend a hand.
“Tree planting is a fantastic way for children to feel connected to the environment” Cr Laurie Koranski said. “In years to come, I hope these trees will have grown strong and tall and the children who planted them can look back knowing they planted these trees”.
“I congratulate Mr Cramb and Ms Wilkie for their role in helping protect and enhance our environment” she said.
Logan City Council plants more than 80,000 trees and shrubs annually.