EMMANUEL Catholic College students engaged in eco-friendly work to help the Harvest Lakes Residents Association.
Students have been working on a sustainability project with the association as part of their involvement in the school’s Bush Rangers program.
The Bush Rangers is a community development initiative to enable students to get involved with helping the environment.
Working with volunteers from the association, the group has contributed 91 hours towards the sustainability project.
This included planting 89 plants in a cockatoo food garden at Goodwill Park, collecting 30 bags of weeds and dead vegetation from the Aurora Drive lake and retrieving 109 plant guards for a future planting program.
Their work was in part enabled by a City of Cockburn grant.
Emmanuel Catholic College’s bush rangers at work.