Green Army

Aboriginal Green Army

6 March 2017

The ACT Catchment Groups are coordinating an Aboriginal Green Army team, running from 16 March for 23 weeks.

This team will have up to nine young people aged 17-24, working on important natural and cultural sites the ACT Region.  

A local Aboriginal elder will provide cultural mentoring for the participants and a Conservation Volunteers Australia supervisor will guide the daily activities.  

Green Army Round 3 Teams for the ACT

Minister Greg Hunt, the Federal Environment Minister announced the successful applicants for Round 3 of the Green Army Programme on 24 June in Canberra.

One of the recipients was Landcare ACT who has received approval for a two-year project, which uses Green Army teams to supplement the work of committed local volunteers. This is the first project of the newly formed peak body for community landcare in the ACT - Landcare ACT.

Green Army Information Session - Wed 11 Feb, 9.00 - 11.00 am

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REMINDER - GREEN ARMY INFORMATION SESSION INVITATION

 

RSVP DATE EXTENDED TO 06 FEBRUARY


Community information sessions on the Green Army Programme will be held in each state and territory during February 2015.

Attendees will have the opportunity to talk with representatives from the Australian Government Department of the Environment about the Programme. Those interested in becoming a project sponsor or participant are welcome to attend.

ACT

Canberra

Wednesday 11 February
9:00am – 11:00am

National Portrait Gallery,
King Edward Terrace, Parkes

Please register your attendance by sending an RSVP to: GreenArmy@environment.gov.au by 06 February.

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