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In an exciting environmental initiative, Tuesday 15 September saw seven students and three staff members plant an indigenous plant woodland in the south west corner of the Armstrong Creek campus. The plants are all indigenous to the Mount Duneed region and include River Red Gums, Yellow Gums, Drooping She-oak, Lightwood (wattle) and Sweet Bursaria. Overall. In all, about 120 plants were planted. We hope that the predicted rain in the coming week will help the plants develop their root systems in preparation for summer.