Earthcare St KildaEarthcare St Kilda is a non-profit group of volunteers who work in partnership with Local Government, State Government bodies and scientific specialists to improve the natural resources of the City of Port Phillip, from Port Melbourne to Elwood.
Current Earthcare St Kilda projects include:
-:- Monitoring the health of Little Penguin and Rakali populations.
-:- Weed removal and revegetation of parklands.
-:- Minimising the impact of North Pacific Seastars around St Kilda pier
-:- Seagrass bed surveys
-:- Surveys of local bird and plant species, both resident and transient
-:- Public education for school groups, visitors and other interested parties.
-:- Submissions to government on development proposals which may impact the natural environment of the City of Port Phillip.
Where required, projects are undertaken with the approval of and permits from the relevant government bodies such as Parks Victoria and the Department of Sustainability and Environment.
Members are invited to hear specialist speakers on topics of interest at the St Kilda West Beach Bathers Pavillion and receive emails and quarterly newsletters which provide updates on Earthcare St Kilda activities.
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