Resting on our Laurels – not us!

We are going native in St. Anne’s to increase the biodiversity around our school. With the help of a dedicated group of ecologists, we are cutting back sections of laurel, a non-native plant. The removal of the laurel will allow native plants to flourish and increase the number of wildlife species within these ecosystems. Because the native plants are adapted to the local environmental conditions, they require less water, maintenance and there is a reduced need for pesticides. A win – win for everyone, human and creature! A HUGE thank you to Mr Madden (dad of Nina, Eli and Eabha) and his team, for their generosity of time, energy and expertise!

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