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How to grow and keep your flowers going

1. Soak the seed paper in a small plate of water for 1 hour
2. Tear up the seed paper and place into a pot filled with soil
3. Cover with a 5mm of soil and place the pot in a sunny area outside

Extra tips:
- Keep soil moist until seedlings have sprouted then water as needed 

Make your own seed paper

What you need:

1. Scrap paper
2. Water
3. Blender
4. Seeds
5. Large Container (to hold water)
6. Flat sieve or paper screen mould

What to do:

1. Cut the scrap paper into smaller pieces
2. Soak in water over night
3. Blend the soaked scrap paper until pulp is made
5. Dilute the pulp in a large container of water
6. Sprinkle seeds in pulp water
7. Gently place sieve or paper mould in the water and bring up slowly making sure seeds are in mould
8. Allow to dry 1-2 days

Our commitment

Avondale University informs, motivates and provides opportunities for students to foster personal and community wellbeing, spiritual development, and environmental sustainability.

We are invested in practical sustainable action, including:
Student wellbeing programs
Land management through critical habitats and wetlands
10c returns for bottles in support of local charities
Waste management and recycling
Renewable energy generation
Opportunities for service and spiritual growth

Make a difference with your career

Investing in your education is not just about personal growth, but also about your ability to make a meaningful impact on the world around you. By continuing to learn and develop your skills, you are equipping yourself to contribute positively to the wellbeing of both people and the environment, creating a brighter and more sustainable future.


As a counsellor, you have the unique opportunity to support individuals in cultivating holistic wellbeing, enabling them to contribute to sustainability and the greater good of both people and the planet.


In business, you have the potential to drive positive change by integrating sustainable practices and prioritising the wellbeing of both society and the environment, shaping a more resilient and ethical global economy.


In nursing, you play a vital role in promoting both individual and community health, advocating for sustainable healthcare practices that prioritise the wellbeing of patients and the environment, ensuring a healthier and more resilient future.


In the arts and humanities, you can spark meaningful dialogue and inspire societal change by exploring themes of sustainability, social justice, and human interconnectedness, fostering a deeper understanding of our collective responsibility towards the wellbeing of people and the planet.


As a pastor, you have the profound opportunity to promote spiritual growth and advocate for environmental stewardship, guiding individuals towards a deeper connection with both their faith and the natural world, fostering a sense of reverence and responsibility for the wellbeing of all creation.
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