Environment Groups & Programs

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Residents can get involved and volunteers are able to provide to the conservation and maintenance of natural environment .

Various groups and programs are available within the Shire of Kalamunda.

For any queries or further information please contact Environmental Services on 9257 9806 or 9257 9854.

Plastic Free July

Plastic Free July

Plastic Free July aims to raise awareness of the problems and amount of single-use disposable plastic in our lives and challenges people to do something about it.

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

View our upcoming environment events

Friends Group

Friends Group

Committed volunteers are able to provide to the conservation and maintenance of natural environment

Plants for Residents

Plants for Residents

Annual event is held on a first weekend in June every year. Free plants are given to residents within the City

Annual Tree Planting

Commemorative Planting Day

Annual commemoration of children born in the City of Kalamunda

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Bush Skills for the Hills

Bush Skills for the Hills is a series of FREE, workshops for the community.

Great Gardens

Community & Great Gardens

Workshops across the state, most are free and are designed to be informative, fun & provide participants with real gardening & environmental advice.

Adopt-a-Spot

Keep Australia Beautiful

Comprehensive health promotion campaign that encourages individuals to take action to protect and promote their own mental wellbeing.

KEAC

Environmental Advisory Committee

Committee which is involved in matters relating to the environment

EHCMP

Eastern Hills Catchment Management Program

Aims to achieve a co-ordinated strategic approach to the restoration of land, bushland and creek lines.

Volunteering

Volunteering

A variety of active local environmental community groups that are supported by the Shire

Environment Grants

Grants

If you are interested in applying for a grant for environmental work on a City reserve, contact the Environmental team to discuss your project.