Makuru is the perfect season to act for our threatened environments - plant trees in our Banksia woodlands and urban corridors to provide food for native bees and Carnaby's cockatoos and to acknowledge the incredibly important care for country  we can all learn from Traditional owners of the land we are privileged to live on.

Know your Patch holiday programs this July at CREEC will give the littlies lots of opportunity to engage - 'Squelching through wetlands' is a must to book in on July 5th. Full July Holiday Program available here

So kids 6 years and up come get involved in tree planting at Adenia Park on July 15th through Cockatoo Kids club - download flyer to learn more and book your place here 

Plastic Free July is just around the corner so what are you going to do as a Service with your community ? Are plastic bags still appearing in childcare and what else could we work on this month ? Get involved and share posters to enlighten families on ways to join.

NAIDOC Week is a great time to celebrate the valuable contributions of our First Nations Peoples - how will you 'Get up, Stand Up and Show Up' ? Look at Naidoc Events in WA  here

and join Little Green Steps as a member to download some embedded ideas for learning with children