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Under the guidance of Arthur Rowling (an environmental engineer) the Year 9/10 Outdoor Environments class undertook a field trip on Monday, 15 March. They visited two sites, Oyster Cove in North Shore and the East Geelong Gun Club (no longer operational) near Limeburner’s Point. Arthur spoke to the students about how the sites were polluted and the methods that have been used to remediate the environment. Students were able to make observations and evaluate the success of the remediation processes used at each site. The day was a great opportunity for students to apply the Environmental Science concepts from the classroom to real life scenarios.