Warilla High School students teach tsunami kids about environmental sustainability

By Lisa Johnson
Updated August 1 2016 - 7:10pm, first published 6:00pm
FUTURE: Warilla High School and Asaka Kaisai High School students Atsuya Erizawa, Lockie Robielle, Electra Cunningham and Ayana Sato with Killalea Environmental Education Centre's Steve Leak. Picture: Sylvia Liber
FUTURE: Warilla High School and Asaka Kaisai High School students Atsuya Erizawa, Lockie Robielle, Electra Cunningham and Ayana Sato with Killalea Environmental Education Centre's Steve Leak. Picture: Sylvia Liber

Warilla High School has helped Japanese students impacted by the 2011 tsunami learn how to build a sustainable future for their home in the Fukushima prefecture.

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