News from the Community Twenty eight innovative and practical environmental projects have received a total of $220,000 in Grassroots Grants from the Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board. “The quality and diversity of applications has been impressive, showing a keen interest in improving our environment with local targeted activities. I thank everyone who applied,” said Board chair David Greeenhough The annual Grassroots Grants program, which commenced this year as part of the Landscape SA reform process, offers the community an opportunity to apply for funding to improve the management of natural and productive landscapes at the local level. Encounter Lutheran College will re-vegetate four hectares with Sedge Grass to provide habitat for the threatened Sedge Skipper Butterfly, weeding, planting native species and installing signs to educate students, teachers and community.