Recently the Campbelltown Council placed two new interpretive signs down at the creek in Olive Court Reserve, across the street from the school. One sign discusses local frogs and wetland habitat, while the other sign focuses on tree hollows and nesting sites. Both were prepared by Year 7 students in conjunction with other interested students across the school who came together with this unique purpose: to promote natural history in our school and area. Students contributed research, text preparation and provided illustrations for this interpretive resource, benefitting the local community and generously funded through the Australian Government’s ‘Community Environment Grant.’ The promotion of natural history will help educate and enrich the local community and lead to the development of improved stewardship over our local environment.