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Wise ways with water!
Posted by Manor Gardens Primary School, South Africa on 26 December 2015
Post related to Pump it up!, Global Water

We have a borehole on our school grounds and it is only this water that is responsible for watering our fields (and some water from the Jojo tanks). The children know that the sprinklers and the swimming pool are fed from the borehole.  This saves approximately 100 000L of water per month

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Incredible Indigenous
Posted on 26 December 2015
A small part of one of our quad gardens. Such a pleasure to be surrounded by nature
Hidden Water
Posted on 26 December 2015
One of the many informative posters created by the grade 7s.
Water-full not so wonderful!
Posted on 26 December 2015
Every bucket counts
Posted by Virginia Preparatory School, South Africa on 24 December 2015
Saving water one bucket at a time!
Saving our Pond
Posted by Virginia Preparatory School, South Africa on 24 December 2015
We saved all our pond life in our efforts to fix a leak!
Wild Water Walk and Festival
Posted by Mpophomeni Enviro-club, South Africa on 24 December 2015
Resource Use
Posted by Montpelier Pre Primary, South Africa on 13 December 2015
Children do a mapping exercise to look at many different countries, rivers and oceans
Healthy Living- Permacultural Garden
Posted by Montpelier Pre Primary, South Africa on 13 December 2015
Resource Use- Watering Bottles
Posted by Montpelier Pre Primary, South Africa on 13 December 2015
Buried Water Bottles
Natural and Biodiversity- Indigenous Gardening
Posted by glenridge pre primary, South Africa on 11 December 2015
Our Small Arbor Day celebration
Community and Heritage- Community Fund Raising Project
Posted by glenridge pre primary, South Africa on 11 December 2015
Local and Global Issues- Celebration Environmental Days
Posted by glenridge pre primary, South Africa on 11 December 2015
Resource Use- Recycling
Posted by glenridge pre primary, South Africa on 11 December 2015
Digging the compost back into the soils
Healthy Living- Our Permacultural Garden and Orchard
Posted by Wendy Groom on 11 December 2015
Proudly Paperless
Posted by Kwa-Miya Primary School, South Africa on 8 December 2015
Fracking And grey water
Has Attachment
Posted on 8 December 2015
Making our Mark !
An Alien Problem
Posted by Kwa-Miya Primary School, South Africa on 3 December 2015
Local Sungoma to speak to the children about the importance of medicinal herbs
Dont Frack with our Future
Posted by Kwa-Miya Primary School, South Africa on 3 December 2015
Ayanda holding up his petition
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