Pupils harvest crops after brilliant biodiversity project with Encirc
Encirc has teamed up with St. Nailes Primary School in Kinawley for a soil biodiversity project that saw the young pupils from the school grow their own vegetables.
Encirc provided the school with a number of mould boxes from the factory which the pupils used for the planters. Moreover, the company provided the soil which is compounded from waste products generated at the factory.
The pupils then planted their different seeds and watched nature takeover. On their return from the summer break, the excited pupils then harvested their crops and brought them home to their families for some healthy eating.
A great project all around, highlighting what can be created by recycling and reusing.