Quairading District School
Boodjar Marlak Kardidjiny (Country Bush Learning)
Quairading DHS 'Boodjar Marlak Kardidjiny' Rangers are learning about the Local Nature Reserve History and Indigenous Culture, to understand its sensitive flora and fauna and to visit the Reserve to immerse themselves in the space, to set up motions-sensor cameras and walk the trails. All this in conjunction with planting seedlings to combat salinity around Quairading in addition to maintaining a vegetable patch and the school chooks.
Creating Minion chook scrap bins to collect chook and worm food. Monitoring the amount of food scraps collected by students and educating the younger students about what should be fed to the chooks and worms.
Planting vegetables and maintaining our Vegetable patch. Trying to grow some local plant species from seeds and cuttings.
Excursions to the Quairading Nature Reserve to learn about our local history and Indigenous culture, to see the beautiful environment and observe the wildflowers, flora and fauna, and to be in the outdoors to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of a natural environment. To set up Motion-sensor cameras that all us to observe animals in their natural space and behaving in a natural way, this way we can monitor animal behaviour patterns and discover feral issues for our area.