Developer Azure has joined with Everton Park Primary School in an eco-fundraising venture with the school selling honey to raise money to buy a Seabin, pictured are students Jasmine Holland and Kaila Sutton. Picture: AAPImage/ David ClarkA Brisbane state school is proving to be a hive of activity with a prominent Queensland developer raising environmental awareness to younger generations. Property developer Azure Development Group aims to make a difference by helping to reduce the school’s carbon footprint and is donating 500 jars of honey to sell for fundraising. Trent Keirnan, director of Azure Development Group, said encouraging local children to become more conscious of their ecological footprint was important.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus12 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours agoEverton Park State School Year 6 students Jasmine Holland and Kaila Sutton said money raised from the honey jars would go towards the purchase and installation of a Seabin in the Brisbane River. “We want to help clean up the Brisbane River and Moreton Bay, and this donation will help us achieve that,” Jasmine said. The jars of honey will be donated to the students on May 31 when Bee Aware Kids’ Dr Tobias Smith hosts back-to-back education workshops with the school’s 500 children, covering topics such as bee diversity, bee biology and crop pollination.Azure Development Group will launch their latest project, The Keona Edition at McDowall in September, which features a collection of 27 townhomes.Mr Keirnan said the project was nestled among parklands and recreational areas, surrounded by natural landscape and bush walking trails.