Schools Tree Day 2015 Winners Announced
Author: Marty Middlebrook
A huge congratulations to the Schools Tree Day Competition winners for 2015!
This year we asked for tree-mendous nature based art and craft ideas to inspire kids and teachers. We're happy to say we were swamped with amazing suggestions of how to combine imagination with leaves, rocks and sticks to make wonderful artwork.
All the entries showed the inspirational power of contact with nature. The entries were judged on a combination of creativity, photo quality, clear instructions and use of natural materials. It was too much of a challenge to narrow it down to the top ten, so we included sixteen winners, and there were many more we wish we could have included.
Author: Marty MiddlebrookMarty started with Planet Ark in 2012 and he manages our Information Centre, making it easy for Australians all over the country to take part in our campaigns and do their bit for the environment. "I grew up playing outside. I love that Planet Ark not only champions time in nature, but that it also demonstrates the actual benefits and positive effects for people – and how fun it is!"
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