Students and teachers from Peranbin Primary College , Strathbogie Campus, helped to improved the health of a locally significant wetland by planting grasses and shrubs to prevent erosion by stablizing stream banks. They also learnt about the management of wetlands and the species they support such as frogs . The day was organised by Gaye Sutherland , Indigenous Programs Coordinator for Goulburn Broken CMA and Shane Monk of the Taungurung Clans corporation . Shane and Gaye have been working with the landholder to control blackberries and willows along waterways as part of their WONS project ( Weeds Of National Significance) The students worked efficiently to plant 450 plants in 2 hours . Their tree planting skills were excellent. A large number of wombat burrows were in the site , I hope wombats don’t damage the new planting. SRCMN ( Janet ) provided the planting tools for the day plus general support.