In June 2008 over 50 seniors from Brisbane Girls Grammar School took time out from their exams to assist in the rehabiliation of an area of Enoggera Creek at Ashgrove.
The girls planted quick growing riparian rainforest species in an area of cane grass that had been slashed and (recently!) sprayed.
There's no excuse for not looking good!
What all the best dressed bush regenerators are wearing this year...
Even the teachers did some work!
A few teachers also ventured along to see what all the fuss was about. And even pretended to work for the photo!
Helping the environment can make you want to sing!
A trio of Grammar girls expressing their joy at the impending end of exams. Or maybe they are watering plants?
Leaders of the future
The 'Grammar goes green' day was the initiative of Tess and Eslpeth, who intially contacted SOWN, coordinated with the school and organised their...
Everybody say 'weeds'!
A group of girls justly proud of planting and watering nearly 700 plants in just over an hour!