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Planting the seed for agriculture in schools

Tari JeffersManjimup-Bridgetown Times

The Southern Forests SEED Program has partnered with Primary Industries Education Foundation Australia to distribute the program’s junior school initiative nationally.

The initiative aimed to address the lack of resources that were available to teachers to bring agriculture to the classroom.

The SEED junior school program was developed by local teacher Heidi Tempra.

The development of the program was supported by teachers at Pemberton’s St Joseph’s School and East Manjimup Primary School.

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