Kalamunda Primary uses Mini Grant money for the Protection of Natives
Kalamunda Primary School was recently lucky enough to receive a Mini Grant from Jane Goodall’s Roots and Shoots program.
Kalamunda is using the funds to educate their pupils on native flora and fauna, with the construction of a frog pond to attract and protect native frogs in their local area. They have also used the money to plant native flowering plants and install insect houses to attract pollinators such as native bees and butterflies, which will help benefit and promote the growth of native wildlife.
They are using the garden as an educational resource across the school to help students learn about lifecycles, plant growth, germination, pollination and, food chains.
Kalamunda Primary School would like to thank the Jane Goodall Institute Australia and the Roots and Shoots Program for its generous support of our young environmental warriors