Congratulations to Fig Tree Pocket State School for starting their first Roots & Shoots project! The amazing environmental student council student has started a project to clean up their school gully, which is overrun with invasive weeds and algae. Thanks to the wonderful Moggill Creek Catchment Group the students have identified what weeds to pull out in the gully and also received native grasses to replace them with. Every week the students hop on down to the gully to get their hands dirty and protect their local habitat. They aim to stabilise the gully bank, improve the habitat for their local frog and bird community, and keep out the Cane Toad!