Twenty three 3rd Year Bronze students did their first conservation day on the hottest day of the year so far. We visited Mercers Park and cleared invasive willow and scrub from the banks of a brook. Students also got wet and muddy clearing a choked stream full of logs and junk. They did an excellent job on their first time out doing conservation. RGS Staff and RACV volunteers were pleased with their commitment to some hard work and willingness to learn some new skills. Well done!