13yo Libby from Diamond Creek is hosting her first ever, Wildlife Exhibition. Come and see what she has been doing for the past 2 years and see her current projects. It is sure to inspire both young and old! She hopes that by showcasing the work she has done, she will inspire others with ways to help our wildlife. Her exhibition has some wonderful information about wildlife- from learning to recognise local wombats with mange and how they are treated, to knowing what a spray painted animal on the road side means and more. She is also helping her community go plastic free by selling her $3, up-cycled pillow case shopping bags and helping her community be prepared to check a marsupial pouch by selling $10 car rescue kits.
She hopes to share her message with our community that
"No voice is too little, No hands are too small,
To help- SAVE OUR WILDLIFE."
Community groups and schools are
Exhibition runs until Sept 18th and will be open all day
of the Diamond Creek Rotary Town Fair so be sure to
call in with the family to check it out and support a
local kid doing great things.