Council has just announced the winners of the very first Sustainability in Action Calendar Competition!
The twelve schools from around the Rockhampton Region were selected for their efforts in tackling environmental issues through practical actions and solutions.
From making reusable bags, to learning how to look after creeks, tending to vegetable gardens and so much more, school students are setting an example that we could all learn from when it comes to environmental sustainability.
- Chair of Council’s Parks Committee, Councillor Cherie Rutherford
Throughout the competition, schools were asked to send through details and photos of their projects. The projects will be featured in the 2019 Sustainability in Action Schools Calendar, which will be available to the community from November.
Congratulations to all the participating schools! We look forward to seeing all of the winning projects in the calendar.
Winners of Council’s 2018 Schools Calendar Competition:
- Gracemere State School - Minimising food waste
- Heights College - Looking after stormwater drains and creeks
- Emmaus College - Finding energy efficiency and power savings
- Berserker State School - Growing your own fruit and vegetables
- Glenmore State School - Feeding your compost and worm farms
- Ridgelands State School - Reducing single use plastic
- Frenchville State School - Planting native plants
- Rockhampton Girls Grammar School - Reusing and upcycling materials
- Bajool State School - Encouraging wildlife and wildlife habitat
- Mount Morgan State High School - Improving water use and water efficiency
- Waraburra State School - Recycling right with yellow lid bins
- Rockhampton Special School - Green gift giving