Site preparation at the Brookton planting site (a disused tennis court).
Louise (CPOZ CEO) helping to remove rubble from the planting area.
Some of the many volunteers that helped plant the Miywaki forest.
Local volunteers helping to plant seedlings.
Some of the younger volunteers on planting day.
The brand new Brookton Community Garden Miyawaki forest.
Dr Grey Coupland and the Sustainability Champions from Makybe Rise Primary School constructing the compost area for the future planting site.
Jess (CPOZ) and Dr Grey Coupland (Harry Butler Institute) on the morning of planting day.
Some of the 300+ native seedlings ready for planting.
Dr Grey Coupland (Harry Butler Institute) with KA (CPOZ) and the Sustainability Champions from Makybe Rise Primary School.
Year 6 students planting one of the many native seedlings.
Makybe Rise students planting the Miywaki forest, overseen by volunteers from Murdoch University.
Dr Grey Coupland (Harry Butler Institute) assisting a student with planting.
A student inserting a stake to support the newly planted seedling.
Seedlings planted and staked.
Kim Grundy-Sims, a science teacher at Eddystone Primary School, on planting day.
Some of the 300+ native seedlings carefully selected for the Eddystone Primary School Miyawaki forest.
Lauren (CPOZ) helping one of the students with planting.
Dr Grey Coupland (Harry Butler Institute) and a student celebrating their good work.
Eddystone student carefully planting a native seedling.
Two students planting a seedling.
CPOZ team members, Dr Grey Coupland and Eddystone Primary school teachers and students on planting day.
Eddystone students and teachers on planting day.
Dr Grey Coupland (Harry Butler Institute) in the planted area.
Poseidon students planting native seedlings.
Mixed native seedlings.
Students planting native seedlings alongside supporting stakes.
Poseidon student taking care to remove native seedling from its tray.
Planting underway at Poseidon Primary School.
Poseidon students and teachers, Louise (CPOZ CEO) and Dr Grey Coupland (Harry Butler Institute).
Site prepared for Miyawaki planting.
Merriwa Primary School before planting.
Catherine (CPOZ) helping to plant native seedlings.
Merriwa student planting a native seedling.
Merriwa students planting seedlings with stakes to support them as they grow.
Merriwa site during planting.