Save the Baw Baw frog

Four school children

Recently a group of environmentally proactive Grade 4 students from Grey St Primary School attended C2A Community Connections Traralgon hub to give a presentation about their work to save the endangered Baw Baw Frog. The students have raised over $5000 to go towards the preservation of this critically endangered local Gippsland frog. They did a presentation that explained why it has become endangered and how they have been raising money to help its plight.
The students then supported participants to make origami frogs and stayed at site for a community lunch. It was a great opportunity for the primary students to meet some of the participants and engage in activities where they learnt a lot from the participants and vice versa.

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