As education is a vital part of recognising the importance of habitat and wildlife preservation, we are pleased to announce that students from Trinity Anglican School will be visiting the Tableland Cassowary Recovery Facility in October to further their knowledge and understanding of environmental concerns and care. They will be planting seeds, visiting Lake Barrine and the giant kauris, as well as looking at great farming practices which limit environmental impact.

Hopefully they will return with adults to help plant their seedlings in the ground. This photo shows TAS students involved in other tree planting events.