SCHOOL INVOLVEMENT – HOW IT WORKS
Participating schools will set up a shade-house or growing area at the school. Students guided by a teacher, parent or volunteer, experience sowing and nurturing native seedlings.
Then during the planting season (normally July to September) the students will go out and plant the seedlings they have grown. The planting site may be somewhere on the school ground, an area near the school that needs revegetating, or somewhere else in the vicinity identified as suitable.
The whole process can be tied into the school syllabuses relating to Science, HASS, and the environment.
The Million Trees Program team have a handbook and other resources that you may find useful. The team run information sharing workshops from time to time.