Invitation to our AGM

Everyone is welcome to our Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 26th October 2021 at 5.00pm, especially people who care about the environment, and our local flora, fauna and waterways. The PHCC Shed has been temporarily decommissioned, so this year we will be holding our AGM at the Falcon eLibrary FabLab, Corner Flavia Street and Cobblers …

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A Tribute to Barry Small

Environmental pioneer Barry Small has retired from the Mandurah Environment & Heritage Group Committee after many years of passionate service. Barry co-founded MEHG in 2012 and brought several environmental groups together under one umbrella to bring people together and to strengthen local partnerships, including the Friends of Samphire Cove, Friends of the Rivers (Peel) and …

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Ambassador Lyn Beazley

Mandurah Environment & Heritage Group is delighted to welcome Lyn Beazley as their association’s Ambassador. Lyn was WA’s Chief Scientist from 2006 to 2013, advising the State Government on science, innovation, and technology. Her work included setting up a nationwide hotline for laboratory technicians in schools, working for healthier waterways across the state by establishing …

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Cry of the Forests

Mandurah Mayor Rhys Williams and Deputy Mayor Caroline Knight, in association with Mandurah Environment and Heritage Group, Nannas for Native Forests and WA Forest Alliance present a special community screening of Jane Hammond’s award-winning documentary, Cry of the Forests. Join us at Quarry Park Amphitheatre in Meadow Springs (City of Mandurah) from 6:30pm on Friday …

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