Schools get growing with Philmac

Updated November 23 2015 - 2:56pm, first published March 6 2015 - 1:24pm
Philmac managing director Mark Nykiel says the latest rounds of grants will enable more people to learn how to grow fresh fruit and vegetables, create greener spaces for children to play in and safer playing surfaces for local sporting clubs, and provide clean drinking water for people and livestock.
Philmac managing director Mark Nykiel says the latest rounds of grants will enable more people to learn how to grow fresh fruit and vegetables, create greener spaces for children to play in and safer playing surfaces for local sporting clubs, and provide clean drinking water for people and livestock.

SIXTEEN schools and community groups from across Australia will be a little greener, less thirsty and growing a lot more fresh local produce this year thanks to a national initiative supporting water-related projects.

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