APACE AID Inc
Apace is an environmental community organisation located in North Fremantle. It has been in operation since 1983 and has an impressive record in providing innovative programmes of a sustainable environmental nature for our community.
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Armadale Gosnells Landcare Group
The Armadale Gosnells Landcare Group is a community led group that coordinates landcare planning, river restoration, bushland management, community action and community awareness programs. The Group has been running since 1998 and consists of two staff members, community groups, local residents, landowners and volunteers.
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Birdlife Western Australia
BirdLife Australia is proud to be the nation’s largest bird conservation organisation. As an independent, not-for-profit organisation, their aim is clear: to create a bright future for Australia’s birds.
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Cambridge Coastcare Inc
Cambridge Coastcare began in March 1999 with its incorporation and with the formation of a committee of management. The idea came from the Town of Cambridge in 1998 when they expressed an interest in establishing a Coastcare organization to assist with the managing, monitoring and protection of the environment and recreational values of the coastline in the Town. Since being incorporated they have managed to acquire around $388,000 in grant monies from various sources. The Group has some 65 members including some 20 family memberships.
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Chittering Landcare Group
City of Gosnells
The City of Gosnells is located in Perth’s south-eastern suburbs, about 17 kilometres from the Perth CBD and covers an area of 127km2. The City includes the suburbs of Beckenham, Canning Vale, Gosnells, Huntingdale, Kenwick, Langford, Maddington, Martin, Orange Grove, Southern River and Thornlie. Gosnells has been a gazetted local government area since 1907 and was formally declared a City in 1977.
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City of Joondalup
The City of Joondalup is a coastal Local Government area that is home to more than 161,000 people in the northern suburbs of Perth. A vibrant and progressive City, Joondalup is recognised nationally and internationally for its innovative and successful services and programs, healthy lifestyle opportunities and for having a connected and engaged community.
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City of Kalamunda
Kalamunda is a haven for locals and tourists alike. Situated only 24 kilometres from the Perth CBD, the City covers an area of 349 square kilometres. The name Kalamunda comes from local Aboriginal words Cala (home) and Munnda (forest). Thus Kalamunda means “A home in the forest”.
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City of Swan
The City of Swan is a local government area of Western Australia. It is in Perth’s eastern metropolitan region and includes the Swan Valley and Midland.
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Claise Brook Catchment Group
The Claise Brook Catchment Group is an incorporated community-based environmental group working to restore wetlands and improve the quality of water flowing into the Swan River from Perth city and inner city. The group has been operating since 1997 and meets on a monthly basis.
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Conservation Volunteers Australia
With the help and support of individuals, businesses and governments, Conservation Volunteers Australia has engaged communities in the environment since 1982. In that time they have welcomed hundreds of thousands of volunteers from around Australia and across the world and facilitated their participation in thousands of important projects.
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Cottesloe Coastcare Association
Cottesloe Coastcare Association is a group of local volunteers who joined together in 1995 to protect the few remaining natural areas in Cottesloe. They are still hard at work! These natural areas are mostly along the coast and our local vegetation with spinifex, blue fan flowers and silvery saltbush provides habitat for local wildlife and adds to Cottesloe’s sense of place. The green spaces promote human health and well-being. The dunes are also a critical line of defence against erosion. They work to protect these areas so that everyone, now and in the future, can appreciate our local plants, animals and birds.
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Dieback Treatment Services
Dieback Treatment Services are a small group of people passionate about the unique Western Australian flora and the myriad of lifeforms that it supports. They are also aware of the devastating impact that the introduced water mould Phytophthora dieback has on these systems.
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Djidi Djidi Womens Aboriginal Corporation
Made up of Aboriginal women living in and around the Melville, Cockburn, Kwinana and Fremantle areas. The Djidi Djidi Aboriginal Women’s Corporation are currently assisting in the continued enhancement of the Bidi Kaditjiny Trail at Piney Lakes.
Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council
The Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council (EMRC) is a progressive and innovative regional local government working on behalf of six member councils located in Perth’s Eastern Region
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Ellen Brockman Integrated Catchment Group
Friends of Jirdarup Bushland
The Friends of Jirdarup Bushland
is a community group based around Victoria Park. They are dedicated to the preservation of Jirdarup Bushland Precinct which includes Kensington Bushland, George St Reserve and Kent St Sandpit. They organize community events as well as planting and weeding days each year. Their aim is to help the community connect with nature through protecting, regenerating and revegetating the Jirdarup Bushland Precinct.
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Friends of Lake Claremont Ltd
Friends of Lake Claremont is a community based organization run entirely by volunteers. Their mission is to assist in the conservation and enhancement of Lake Claremont, a Conservation Category Wetland and Bush Forever Site.
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Friends of Trigg Bushland Inc
The Friends of Trigg Bushland (Inc) group, or FoTB, was incorporated at a public meeting in 1990 following several years of informal operation. FoTB actively contributes to the implementation of the Management Plan for Trigg Bushland with the City of Stirling.
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Friends of Yellagonga Regional Park Inc
Friends of Yellagonga Regional Park or (FOY) are a group of local enthusiastic conservation volunteers who desire to protect and restore the biodiversity, of this Perth northern suburbs regional park, for current and future generations to enjoy. Their aim is to promote and participate in the conservation, rehabilitation and protection of Yellagonga Regional Park to ensure long-term environmental sustainability and compatible human use.
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Green Skills, Inc
Green Skills is an innovative registered not-for-profit organisation that has been leading the way since 1989 in developing and managing environmental projects that assist all levels of our regional and metropolitan communities to effectively implement a vision for a sustainable future.
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Joondalup Community Coast Care Forum
JCCCF does not undertake on-ground activities but acts as the incorporated umbrella organisation for coastcare groups working along the City of Joondalup’s coastal foreshore reserves.
The objects of the Association are:
- To act as a community reference group for monitoring issues and initiating action relating to the Joondalup Coastal strip, particularly in relation to conservation, recreation, development, education and culture.
- To integrate and establish communications between member and other related organisations.
- To act as a sponsor or proponent as required for projects conducted by a member
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Mullaloo Beach Community Group Inc
The Mullaloo Beach Community Group Inc. has coordinated numerous community events involving volunteers in over a 1000 hours of volunteer effort to protect the biodiversity of the dunes of Mullaloo Beach. Efforts focused on community engagement and education in hands on conservation work in weed management, planting local provenance seedlings, brushing to reduce erosion and collecting litter.
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Recfishwest is the peak body representing the interests of 750,000 recreational fishers in Western Australia. We are a not-for-profit community based organisation that strives to ensure high quality recreational fishing experiences are maintained and enjoyed, as an integral part of the WA lifestyle.
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Shire of Mundaring
The Shire of Mundaring is located on the eastern fringe of Perth, about 35 kilometres from the Perth CBD. The Shire of Mundaring is bounded by the Shire of Toodyay in the north, the Shires of Northam and York in the east, the City of Kalamunda in the south, and the City of Swan in the west and north-west.
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Spineless Wonders - Fauna and Education Services
Spineless Wonders was conceived by David and Fleur Knowles in 1998 as a Perth-based wildlife education service specialising in the largest group of visible living creatures – the Arthropods (mini-beasts). No other animal group has a greater collective impact on world terrestrial environments, other than humans. Mini-beasts (macroinvertebrates) play vital roles in our environment as cleaners, pollinators, recyclers, sources of food, prey and predators.
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Susannah Brook Catchment Group
The Susannah Brook Catchment Group Inc is working towards the sustainability management of the Susannah Brook catchment in the Perth Hills.
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Sustainable Urban Nutrition
Raising awareness of, researching and implementing the use of green ‘waste’ to grow food through a network of SUN gardens within walking distance of every house, thereby reducing food and waste miles.
SUN primarily uses raised worm farm garden beds built as far as possible from salvaged hard waste to convert waste (green, food, paper, cardboard) into biologically active soil.
The raised beds are designed to suit the elderly and disabled, and incorporate water conservation.
At least a third of produce is donated to organisations supplying food and/or meals to the needy.
R&D is mainly carried out at 188 Canning Highway in South Perth.
Additional SUN facilities are at : The Como Bowling and Recreation Club, Perth City Farm and at the Murdoch Community Garden (within Murdoch University’s Environmental Technology Centre.
SUN is actively exploring expanding our geographical reach to regional and remote Western Australia
Swan View Primary School
Swan View Primary School is situated approximately 25 kilometres from Perth and 4 kilometres from the heart of Midland with approximately 352 students enrolled in the school from Kindergarten to Year 6.
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WA Horse Council
The WA Horse Council represents the non racing horse industry in WA. They can put you in touch with other groups or individuals with similar concerns and can provide important or take up issue on your behalf at local and state government.
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Wannamal Lake Catchment Group
Wilson Wetlands Action Group
The South East Regional Centre for Urban Landcare is a not for profit community group that develops and implements projects that improve the health of Perth’s waterways and other ecosystems.
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