As part of World Wetlands Day celebrations on 28 February, Healthy Land and Water partnered with Stockland, Traditional Owners and local students to expand a frog habitat within the 700-hectare Aura Conservation Zone.
Unity students received a visit from Healthy Land and Water, Stockland and Traditional Land Owners who gave a presentation on preservation
Our students then set out to join Baringa State Primary at a specially designed acid frog breeding pond in Aura, where they had fun getting muddy as they planted over 750 new sedges and reeds.
To read more on the project visit hlw.org.au
Image Credits: Healthy Land and Water