More than 30 children from a school for special educational needs in KwaDukuza, north of Durban have been given the opportunity to get their hands dirty for good reason!

Learners from the Stanger Training Centre spent the day at the WESSA Twinstreams Education Centre in Mtunzini, Zululand, to learn about the importance of protecting South Africa’s indigenous forests.

It was a memorable experience for the children who received invaluable advice and knowledge from individuals working on the frontlines of conservation.

The outing was made possible after the Umhlanga Women Achievers group raised more than R 40 000 for Blue Sky Society Trust’s Trees4KZN initiative. Details and pics attached.

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Getting their hands dirty for good reason!

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