Greening the Red Zone: Vision
Greening the Red Zone aims to be a core influence on ecological restoration throughout the Avon River Red Zone, advocating for and making possible maximum retention and restoration of indigenous habitat.
Greening the red Zone: Mission
We will achieve this by:
- Educating the public about the benefits of restoring the indigenous habitat of flora and fauna.
- Advocating for maximum habitat retention and restoration, including making submissions to government bodies that may influence or decide on the future of the red zone.
- Facilitating and encouraging public involvement in restoration projects throughout the red zone.
- Working with other projects that have a landscape or vegetation component to bring about maximum retention and restoration of indigenous habitat throughout the Avon River Red Zone.
With 2017 being the year formal consultation about the future of the Avon River Red Zone begins, Greening the Red Zone's focus is on campaiging to affect the outcome of that consultation.
Can you help us campaign? Whatever your skills, however you can help, we welcome you on board. Would you like a member of Greening the Red Zone to present to your group? Contact us and let us know.
In 2016 Greening the Red Zone became an incorporated society. Our incorporation number is 2650891.
Greening the Red Zone Officers
Co-Chairs: Celia Hogan, Tanya Didham
Secretary: Marilyn Yurjevich
Treasurer: Simone Reddington
Committee: Colin Meurk, Layling Stanbury, Lou Stella, Christine Hickey, Nicky Snoyink, Sarah Wyse
You can download a copy of our rules at the bottom of the page.
On the next page: Submissions & presentations