LET’S CELEBRATE IN 2018! – Research and share YOUR stories about great people and ‘goodness’ growing where you live and learn!
EduGrow 2018 is a storytelling and sharing program this year and is now “off and running” this Term – with rewards and recognition for all participants!
You, your school and community are warmly invited to get involved by researching, writing and sharing your stories about great people and projects and the ‘goodness’ that is growing where you live to grow healthy food, people and places!
All you have to do is research, write and send us your stories (along with an Application and Permission Form) by July 6 – Week 10, Term 2, 2018!
EduGrow is not a competition this year – but a storytelling and sharing program designed to encourage and support us all to reflect, research, have fun and celebrate the fabulous themes of NAIDOC Week and Reconciliation Week in 2018. We know you, your family, school and community have great people, projects, ideas and things underway that make you who you are, and healthy and strong – so, go on, get writing and share your stories and let’s celebrate great people, histories, projects and ideas where you live!
LEARN MORE – ABOUT EDUGROW 2018 AND HOW TO GET INVOLVED – INVITATION EduGrow 2018
AND HERE IS THE EduGrow 2018 APPLICATION & PERMISSION FORM TO FILL OUT AND SEND TO US WITH YOUR STORY BY JULY 6, 2018.
- Uncle Alec Marshall working with students at the Positive Learning Unit, Mt Isa Central State School, QLD to cultivate and grow local bush plants
We would love to introduce our judges for 2015. A big thank you to them for their time and effort to judge the EduGrow School & Community Garden Awards. Anna Ainsworth (Eden Gardens), Brenden Moore (Royal Botanical Gardens Community Greening) and Anthea Fawcett (Foodswell) spent the day at Eden Gardens with Duncan Poulson (an EduGrow supporter and judge since 2013) joined in via Skype.