Green Skills

Underpinning all of the diverse projects that Green Skills undertakes, is a commitment to the Green Skills mission - a community in which all people share and experience the principles of biodiversity and ecological integrity; equity and human rights, long-term economic health and personal well being. Green Skills projects assist all level of our regional and metropolitan communities to effectively implement a vision for a sustainable future.

With offices in Murdoch, Denmark and Albany, our work integrates project management, community education and employment, and a collaborative community and commercial sector approach. We have a ride range of project expertise including sustainable living, energy and water efficiency, waste management, biodiversity, landcare and wetlands conservation. Community engagement is at the core of all of our project work, and it is promoting and demonstrating sustainability with and within the community that drives our project team.

As a not for profit organisation, Green Skills is able to commit the maximum amount of resources available to our projects, without been constrained by the necessity to make a profit. Revenue created by our projects work is invested in capacity building our organisation and financing other community environmental projects, community education and advocacy programs.

By engaging with Green Skills Projects you are enhancing your own future, helping us encourage more people into our vital sector, and, improving the State's environment - an authentic 'whole-of-community' outcome.

Get involved today - learn about and utilise our services, collaborate with us on your environmental projects, become a member of Green Skills Inc. and add your valuable voice, knowledge and guidance to our activities.


Environment 4u

Out of the ashes – new plant discovered near Northcliffe

The large wildfire that engulfed extensive areas of forest, damp plains and scattered granite outcrops in the Northcliffe area in February this year has yielded an unexpected gift – a species of plant completely new to science. The species is a Haemodorum or blood root, a group of bulbous herbs with about 30 species distributed across well-watered parts of Australia, one extending into southern Papua

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