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Help care for and protect your special places
Through active partnership and collaboration with organisations and landholders, Green Skills protects and restores the natural ecology of areas from Perth to WA’s Great Southern.
Our hands-on revegetation and restoration projects build community awareness of the importance of biodiversity to a sustainable future.
Green Skills has a particular focus on weed control, shorebirds, and wetlands, and works closely with the iconic Gondwana Link program.
Revegetate Restore and Rehabilitate
Green Skills has a wealth of experience in practical, collaborative, and innovative ecological restoration; from fencing off native vegetation, revegetating important places and managing weeds.
The South West of Western Australia is one of 34 recognised global biodiversity hotspots. Our contribution to conserving and restoring our natural environment is vitally important and it relies on community and volunteer involvement.
Wetlands and Waterways
Wetlands are a crucial part of our natural world, but are often under-appreciated and threatened.
Sydney Golden Wattle is one of the most invasive woody weeds in the Albany region. Without control it will overwhelm entire tracts of native vegetation. It is in full bloom at the moment and therefore very easy to identify. The Kalgan River Stewards is a local...
As part of the Gondwana Wetlands program, Green Skills and the local Gillamii Centre organised a lake foreshore re-vegetation and wetland restoration project on the Lehmann farm, near Cranbrook on Thursday 26th July 2018. Forty two enthusiastic students and four...
Green Skills Denmark consultancy team completes the review of the Torbay Catchment Restoration Plan for the Torbay Catchment Group – July 2018
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...
Report from WA Landcare Network Forum By Basil Schur On Friday 20th July he WA Landcare Network held a members and Stake-holders forum at the Cockburn Wetlands Education Centre. Around 90 people attended the event. The Welcome to Country by Marie Taylor, a Whadjuk...
Free information session for small landholders on rabbit control options for your property. 5pm Thursday 26th July. Light refreshments provided. 38 Graham Street, Albany. Steve Edwards from Wild Things Animal Control Solutions and Henry Brockman from DPIRD will share...
New YouTube films highlight cultural importance of two south coast wetlands Green Skills has recently produced two short YouTube films documenting Noongar Elders, Carol Pettersen and Eugene Eades, visiting culturally significant wetlands east of Albany.The films...
On Monday 16th July, Green Skills held a landcare forum at the Manjimup Art Gallery to open the Gondwana Connections Arts and Photographic exhibition. The event was co-sponsored by Gondwana Link and the Warren Catchments Council. It provided an opportunity to show...
Green Skills just completed a productive fauna surveying weekend at Balijup farm near Cranbrook. This Green Skills and Conservation Council of WA event had 15 participants join in range of activities including Quenda (Bandicoot ) andBrush tailed possum monitoring in...
The City of Kalamunda got in early, and were well prepared for this week's impressive rainfall. Last month, our Ecojobs team of 4 spent the day augering soil, planting seedlings, and protecting them with tree guards. All that is left is to soak up the rain! We have...
Wilson Wetlands Action Group (WWAG) has utilised the services offered by Green Skills Ecojobs Environmental Personnel for a number of years on our varied projects within Canning River Regional Park.
The office staff are helpful and efficient in dealing with bookings and staffing requests when we contact them. Field staff are punctual and arrive ready to start the tasks of the day. They are professional and understand the complexities of working within fragile conservation areas. With background and interest in the work staff are often able to offer constructive input which contributes to the successful outcome of the project.
Wilson Wetlands Action Group
With passion and knowledge regarding local issues, Green Skills has assisted WICC to achieved measurable benefits to the biodiversity throughout the catchment area.
Their team communication skills and ability to deliver timely project management with measurable outcomes is second to none in our region. I have no doubt that WICC and Green Skills will continue their excellent working relationship into the future.
Wilson Inlet Catchment Committee
‘South Coast Learn For Life’ Program.
Green Skills took a lead role encouraging and facilitating opportunities for local people to share their passions, skills and knowledge and develop their own facilitating skills. It is always a pleasure to work with an organisation that has the systems and the flexibility to act quickly and respond to opportunities that understand, develop and enhance regional community living in ways that that embrace diversity, people, community and environment. We truly look forward to working creatively and collaboratively into the future.
The Shire of Denmark acknowledges the contribution of Green Skills, as a reputable community not-for-profit organisation, in providing environmental services and training for the betterment of the Denmark community and beyond in working towards a sustainable future.
Shire of Denmark
Emerging Community Leadership Program’ for the Department of Regional Development,
Green Skills have brought significant experience in facilitating community engagement and supporting our leadership for sustainability initiatives. With their extensive network of regional contacts across southern WA, they helped us to recruit program participants, and to co-facilitate the program’s adult-learning workshops. The program received positive feedback from program participants and its success was, in no small measure, due to the expertise and support that Louise and Dawn brought to this project.
Ecojobs Services have been excellent, with works attended to and completed on time, to a high standard and within the quoted budget. The personnel are reliable, professional and prompt when working for the City. We have no hesitation in recommending Ecojobs for similar scope of works and looks forward to continuing to work with Green Skills services into the future.
City of Cockburn
Green Skills have provided services including manual and chemical weed control, Fire Access Way maintenance, pruning, watering, lake and bushland litter removal and cleanups. More recently they have provided temporary personnel under the WALGA preferred supplier contract. Their performance has always been to a high standard in a range of tasks.
The personnel they have available are at or above the required level of knowledge, training and skills for the works requested. Their Team Leaders are professional and communication and administration requirements have at all times been to a high standard. I highly recommend Green Skills Inc based on my experience with them.
Supervisor – Natural Areas
City of Joondalup
Get In Touch
|(08) 9360 6667|
|Campus Drive, Environmental Technology Centre (ETC), Murdoch University, Murdoch WA 6150|
|(08) 9842 1334|
38 Graham Street, (cnr Barker Road) Centennial Park, Albany WA 6330
|(08) 9848 3310|
PO Box 577 Denmark WA 6333