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Growing hope in fire communities

Students from Heyfield Primary School were among four schools to take part in Maffra and District Landcare Network and Bug Blitz bushfire recovery activities at Seaton last week. Planting trees for Landcare Scott Donahoe holds a hole digger, Darcy Davis steadies the seedling and Emilee Roberts gets ready to to cover it with a cardboard cover to protect it from the elements until the tree can grow.

Growing hope in fire communities

AS they travel by car or bus to get to schools in Heyfield, children from Seaton will now be able to look out the window and admire all their good work.


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