At the Wilderness Society, we have a simple mission: To support the life that supports all of us.
The North East group are local community members in Banyule who love where we live and want to take positive action for nature. We are working to achieve better community rights in environmental decision-making, protection of Victoria’s Tall Forests, and stronger nature laws. There is no better time than right now to come together and demand more for nature.
This evening will be a way for you to find out how you can take meaningful action for nature in Melbourne's North East with other community members who care.
We'll begin with a 30 minute welcome and introduction presentation run by Alannah, our Victorian Community Organiser, where you'll learn about the Wilderness Society's innovative community organising program and gain insight into what you can achieve for nature. Afterwards, our North East team will join us for their monthly meeting where they'll discuss how they take action in the North East and some exciting events they have coming up.
If you're a resident in Melbourne's North East who wants to take community action for nature but is unsure how, this is the event for you!
Image: The North East team at their Banyule Threatened Species Day, Matt Tomkins
*Be sure to RSVP for capacity purposes
Looking forward to seeing you there!