NRPG Kalamunda Bush Carers Public Submissions

by mary 26/10/2020 7:09:00 PM

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Newsletter Winter 2020

by Claire 23/07/2020 9:35:00 AM

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2020 AGM notice

by Claire 23/07/2020 7:47:00 AM

The Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday August 4 2020.

At Dome Restaurant, 31 Canning Road Kalamunda.

All welcome - free entry.

RSVP by Thursday 30 July to smgates@tpg.com.au or 0400 870 887

Please arrive at 5.30pm to register and order refreshments, before 6pm start.

GUEST SPEAKER: Hans Lambers

Professor of Plant Biology at The University of Western Australia, and former Head of the School of Plant Biology. Founder: Kwongan Foundation for the Conservation of Australian Native Biodiversity.

Dr Lambers will talk on “A Jewel in the Crown of a Global Biodiversity Hotspot” and advocating for a Yule Brook Regional Park - a corridor extending from Lesmurdie Falls, via Hartfield Park and the Brixton Street wetlands to the Canning River.

NOTE: Memberships are renewed at the AGM and fees remain as: Individual: $10, Family: $20. Membership must be current in order to vote at the meeting.

Please download the AGM notice here.

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PIERS VERSTEGAN at the 2019 AGM

by Claire 23/03/2019 9:20:00 AM

PIERS VERSTEGAN  - DIRECTOR OF CONSERVATION COUNCIL was our GUEST SPEAKER  at the  AGM on 20th March at RSL Hall.

Click here for the presentation made by Piers
CCWA_-_Piers_presentation_NRPG_AGM.pdf

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Outgoing President Tony Fowler gave a summary of the year's activity. It was obvious that Tony had a very busy NRPG year. We need to multiply that 30 times for every year he has been involved in the Executive so we understand entirely why he wishes to stand down. Gratitude for his unwavering service to preserving our natural environment for so many years cannot be under-stated. Well done and thank you Tony.  President's report is here AGM_2019_President_report.pdf

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2019 Newsletter Summer edition

by NRPG 20/03/2019 2:29:00 PM

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Piers Verstegan

by NRPG 17/03/2019 10:30:00 AM

   PIERS VERSTEGAN  - DIRECTOR OF CONSERVATION COUNCIL

 GUEST SPEAKER  - come along to AGM on 20th March at RSL Hall at 7pm.

 Piers is the Executive Director of the Conservation Council of WA (CCWA) - the state’s foremost non-profit, non-government conservation organisation. They are a small team of mostly part time staff and volunteers, with an Executive Committee, and represent more than 100 environmental organisations across Western Australia.

 He has been named by the West Australian newspaper as one of WA's 100 most influential people for his environmental advocacy and community leadership. Piers serves on the Advisory Board for the Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute (CUSP) and has worked as a senior policy advisor with diverse experience in environmental science, law, politics, and economics. He is committed to supporting communities and individuals in achieving a more sustainable future, especially through democratic participation.

 Piers will present an interesting insight into the numerous environmental issues, potential solutions and the status of those issues, including the history and the ways forward.

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Piers Verstegan - Guest Speaker at 2019 AGM

by NRPG 4/03/2019 7:01:00 PM

   PIERS VERSTEGAN  - DIRECTOR OF CONSERVATION COUNCIL

 GUEST SPEAKER  - come along to AGM on 20th March at RSL Hall at 7pm.

 Piers is the Executive Director of the Conservation Council of WA (CCWA) - the state’s foremost non-profit, non-government conservation organisation. They are a small team of mostly part time staff and volunteers, with an Executive Committee, and represent more than 100 environmental organisations across Western Australia.

 He has been named by the West Australian newspaper as one of WA's 100 most influential people for his environmental advocacy and community leadership. Piers serves on the Advisory Board for the Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute (CUSP) and has worked as a senior policy advisor with diverse experience in environmental science, law, politics, and economics. He is committed to supporting communities and individuals in achieving a more sustainable future, especially through democratic participation.

 Piers will present an interesting insight into the numerous environmental issues, potential solutions and the status of those issues, including the history and the ways forward.

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November 20 2018 Committee Meeting Minutes

by NRPG 23/12/2018 7:08:00 PM

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2018 AGM notification

by NRPG 22/03/2018 1:00:00 PM

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Submission Open Space Strategy for City of Kalamunda

by NRPG 22/03/2018 12:56:00 PM

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