How do I get going in the Plant Foster Project?

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    Ros Bowyer

    You’ve taken the first step which is engaging in this Forum – well done! Please post any questions on this Forum using separate, specific topics so we can share answers with everyone.

    To attend the Workshop you need to have done three things:
    1. Become a Custodian of the UWC, which most of you already are – welcome! If not, you can download an Info & Registration form here; just complete it & email it back to us.
    2. Complete & email back to us your Application for Enrolment form – download here
    3. Read the full Agreement so you’re clear what the project entails, print it & bring it with you to the workshop. Download here.

    We would love to see you this Saturday if you’re keen! Please get in touch & let us help you make this happen,
    Warm regards, Ros 🙂



    Thanks for the useful information Ros and great to chat with you today. Sorry I can’t make Saturday but looking forward to next year. Kim


    Ros Bowyer

    You’re welcome Kim and likewise! Yes, I’m really keen to explore with you how we could create the Plant Foster Project in a way that would suit your community – it’s a great vehicle to bring people together in a meaningful way that not only doesn’t cost anything but produces income 🙂



    Hi Everyone,

    My name is Judith and I am a Noongar language teacher and Aboriginal Islander Education Officer at Yanchep Secondary college, Yanchep Lagoon Primary and Yanchep Beach Primary. I work with Bush ranger cadets and we volunteer at our local national park. All schools currently have native plants. Yanchep Beach is a relatively new school and started their school by creating gardens and play areas through Nature Play. The plants are all local to our area. Yanchep Lagoon is an old District High school site that boasts amazing old eucalyptus and peppermint trees. Their gardens are also native and over the next two years they will be tearing down the old school and replacing areas with new buildings. Great opportunity to introduce nature inspired play areas.
    Yanchep Secondary is a new school this year and has started off with native gardens too.

    Any advice how I can pitch your group to my principals and start things happening in my schools would be great.

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