Logan Village State School Students Start Planting With Community For Enviro-Grant
Last month, the Year 1 Classes at Logan Village State School commenced planting the new garden area, which was created with the help of an ‘Enviro-Grant’ from the Logan City Council, and a Woolworths Junior Landcare Grant. Councillor Laurie Koranski and Senior Environmental Services Officer Rebecca Condon came to lend a hand with planting a variety of vegetables, herbs, and flowering plants, and established two worm farms. The worm farms contain 2000 worms eager to eat some lunch scraps, and produce delicious worm juice to feed the plants with.
We’re delighted that the garden area is up and running, and can’t wait to see what the students can harvest by the end of term. This followed a weekend working bee where parents, students, staff, and community worked together to prepare the site for the garden project.
A special thank you to the Logan City Council, Woolworths, and our P&C for helping our staff and students in engagement and learning. This is yet another example of Logan Village working with the wider community to provide wonderful opportunities for our students