On July 17, 2021, 40 Western Australia (WA) region volunteers, including SSE children, planted over 2,000 native Australian saplings at a reserve. The volunteers worked along with the Southeast Regional Centre for Urban Landcare (SERCUL), which brings together the community, business and government to improve local waterways and ecosystems. It was a joyful event marked by service and appreciation of Mother Nature. Since 2012, SSSIO volunteers from the WA region have gathered annually to regenerate different pockets of this reserve, which is part of the bigger mission to restore the habitat of the Canning River catchment. It was a great learning experience for the children to see the growth of native trees planted in previous years.