Green Skills November and December monthly newsletter is now available online – have a read and catch-up with coming up events in December 2018 and January 2019, and enjoy what has happened at Green Skills Inc. This is the last newsletter for 2018, and sending you all warm wishes for a happy Christmas 2018 and a great New Year 2019!
The Bike Shed at the Green Skills Denmark Tip Shop
Photo credit: Marion Henderson (The Geographe Photographic Group)
The film screening event at the Albany City Library on Thursday 13th September for the screening of the YouTube videos on Warriup Swamp and Moolyup Swamp is now fully booked.
The films can be viewed on YouTube at:
Warriup Swamp: https://youtu.be/cBXPvv2AnPo
Moolyup Swamp: https://youtu.be/Pkg9kspnr5U
Receiving goods at the Denmark Tip Shop
Denmark Tip Shop continues to be a great place for volunteers to keep themselves engaged and active in the community, doing great work for the environment.
Green Skills welcomes ongoing applications to be involved with the Denmark Tip Shop as a volunteer.
The Green Skills Denmark consultant team has recently completed the community engagement process and document creation for the review of the 2006 Watershed Torbay – Torbay Catchment Restoration Plan. The community engagement process involved numerous community workshops, an online survey and a number of meetings with the Torbay Catchment Group Committee and other key stakeholders and management agency staff. The 2018 Draft Torbay Catchment Restoration Plan was presented to community at a workshop at the Torbay Community Hall in June 2018. All the community and agency input received over the 18-month period of writing the new draft plan has now been collated into three final documents: The Torbay Catchment Restoration Plan 2018-2028; The Torbay Catchment Summary Action Plan 2018-2028 and the Community Engagement Report. For further information please contact Green Skills Denmark office on 98483310 or the Torbay Catchment Group.