Mizaan Ecology - Kooragang Island Rehabilitation Project Newcastle
A Community Environmental Regeneration Program in collaboration with Hunter-Central Rivers Catchment Management Authority (HCRCMA)
||Beginning Sunday, 17th May, 2009 |
Thereafter continuing on every 3rd Sunday of the month.
||9:30am – 11:30am |
|| Kooragang Island - Hexham |
||Cross over the Ash Island Bridge off the Pacific Hwy at Hexham and follow the arrow signs to the Kooragang Wetlands Banner and planting registration table.|
|What to wear:
||Closed shoes (no thongs permitted due to health hazard reasons), sensible & comfortable clothing, in case of wet weather please bring your wet weather gear (raincoats/waterproof jackets etc) |
- Tools and gloves will be supplied
- Trees/seedlings will be supplied
||Tel: 0414 357 218|
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Mizaan is an initiative of al-Ghazzali Centre to nurture awareness and responsibility to our environment and wellbeing.
This Ecology program includes the following specific tasks to improve the Kooragang Wetlands environment:
- Re-establishment of natural vegetation
- Soil erosion protection
- Regeneration of an environmental disaster zone
Al-Ghazzali Centre has been planning & participating in such programs with local councils as seen in Sydney with its successful collaborative effort with Canterbury City Council. Now through its Northern NSW region al-Ghazzali Centre is taking another significant collaboration with the Hunter-Central Rivers Catchment Management Authority (HCRCMA).
We invite you to become a committed, regular volunteer for the Mizaan Ecology Programs and participate in many important as well as fun-filled sustainable projects and activities.
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