AN INITIATIVE OF THE HUNTER VALLEY GREAT EASTERN RANGES PARTNERSHIP
Revegetation and Regeneration School & Community Bird Surveys Landholder Workshops Make Yours a Stepping Stones
Friday, 28 November 2014 00:00

Thornton Public School

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Thornton Public School has been working since 2008 to look after a 3.8 ha patch of bush on their school grounds. They have been weeding and planting and have a small constructed waterway and frog pond where they undertake fungi and bird identification classes as well as cross country running and mountain biking. They have nominated as a GER Stepping Stone and are a Land for Wildlife property.