Northern Star Weekly; July 24, 2023
Lalor North Primary School is creating a sustainable kitchen garden in partnership with charitable organisation Good360 and local business Repurpose It.
The project is said to embrace the principles of a circular economy that will bring profound social, environmental, and educational impacts.
“We value the importance of creating opportunities for students to learn about sustainability,” principal Elizabeth Bryan said.
“This project will have a strong curriculum integration with a focus on student wellbeing, collaboration and leadership, students will learn to grow, harvest, prepare and share fresh, seasonal, delicious food, forming positive food habits for life.
“I am so very proud to be partnering with organisations such as, Good360, North-East Link Tunnels Program and Repurpose It for this very special educational project for Lalor North Primary School.”
Epping repurposed materials company Repurpose It will be providing the repurposed soil and mulch for the garden.
Check out the full article over at Star Weekly.
Learn more about Good360 Membership here.