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There is one week to go to get your entries into the EduGrow School & Community Garden Awards.
The deadline is 5pm on the 25th November, 2015.
For more information go to www.edugrow.com.au
Here you will find information on how to enter, registration details, resources and photos of previous years.
If you know of a remote, rural or regional school that has a garden let them know about the EduGrow Awards. It’s quick and easy to enter.
We can’t wait to see what good things are growing out there!
The EduGrow Awards 2015 are off & running – Get Involved!
Building on the EduGrow School Garden Awards – Arnhem, 2012-2014, this year the EduGrow Awards are open to all remote, rural and regional schools across Australia!
The awards opened on October 19 and close on November 25 when entries are due. It’s easy to enter, fun categories and your school can win cash and in-kind prizes. Learn more about the awards and GET INVOLVED by visiting our new EduGrow website at www.edugrow.com.au
Six fun award ‘topics’ you can choose to enter one or more of – plus a new and optional Local Leaders & Legends Recognition Award.
Celebrate what’s going and growing at your school to grow good food, good learning and good times with your students, school and community.
The EduGrow team would love to hear from you! Please register your interest and get in touch!
Announcing EduGrow 2015 – You’re invited!
Some of the 2014 EduGrow Award Winners at the EduGrow Awards Ceremony held at Shepherdson College, November 2014 – Amazing people and gardens!
Check out what Moree Secondary College students are up to! Great stuff!