Stawell Secondary College students are working on producing a community cookbook.
The project will be a collection of favourite recipes from within the community all collated into the one spot.
All proceeds from the cookbook will go to Headspace in Horsham, an organisation which provides youth mental health services for Australians aged 12-25.
"We thought this was a great way for students to get involved and work on something together," student Jasmin said.
"We have working on everything ourselves, from the initial planning to working through how we will print the product."
Jasmin said there were many learning opportunities with the project.
"We've learnt about budgeting and how to take costs into considerations," she said.
"We have involved ourselves out in the community asking for recipes and it also works on our reading and writing school.
"Not to mention cooking skills - I am sure a lot of us will try them all out."
College student Charlie said there have been some recipes submitted to the students but they were on the lookout for more.
"We've had some recipes handed in from family from the students," he said.
"But we would love more to come in from people in the community of Stawell.
"People can send in their recipes to us at email@example.com."
Jasmin said the book is visioned to be about 80-100 pages in size.
"Those pages will include some information about the school as well," she said.
"There will also be small little biographies in there from the class which has produced the book."
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