The Community Environment Program (CEP) provides opportunities for residents to actively participate in the 'on-ground' maintenance and management activities of bushland and open spaces in the Fraser Coast Regional Council area, as well as environmental awareness programs including events and education.
Who can participate?
Anyone can be part of the Community Environment Program. Participants should have at least - a keen interest in caring for reserve and open space network; enjoy working outdoors; a desire to learn more about the environment and gain new skills; enjoy working in teams and meeting new challenges.
Participants have the opportunity to undertake some of the following activities within Council's reserve and open space network. These include:
restoring natural areas including tree planting and weed control;
assessing the health of the reserve and open space network;
project planning, implementation and monitoring;
fauna and flora observations and recording;
facilitate and participate in various events such as World Environment Day;
seed collection and propagation; and
other fun educational activities.
If you would like more information, or would like to join a CEP Group please phone Council's Community Environment Officer on (07) 4197 4644.
Upcoming CEP Events / Activities
If you would like information regarding upcoming events please phone Council's Community Environment Officer on (07) 4197 4644.