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EcoCentre Annual General Meeting

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The Port Phillip EcoCentre is holding our Annual General Meeting on Sunday 27th October 2019, commencing at 2:00 pm at the EcoCentre, 55A Blessington Street, St Kilda Botanic Gardens (on the corner of Herbert Street).

A light lunch and drinks will be available from 1:30 pm before the meeting. After the short AGM, there will be presentations highlighting the activities of the EcoCentre.

You will be most welcome to join us and see firsthand the way we collaborate to deliver our vision: “An empowered community actively cultivating long-term environmental wellbeing.”

The Port Phillip EcoCentre is a leading community-managed organisation with a dedicated team of scientists, educators and volunteers who design and implement innovative environmental programs. Our expertise is Port Phillip Bay health and the urban ecology of Greater Melbourne, within the traditional lands and waters of the Kulin Nation.

Join us 27 October to celebrate community-led action with the EcoCentre and our network of partners from business, government, philanthropy, education and research institutions reaching across 160+ suburbs. Our collective impact since 1999 has transformed the way Melbourne understands wildlife, waterways and wellbeing in the age of climate change.

We do hope you will be able to take this opportunity to hear impact stories from our past year, and plans for the year ahead.

We are calling for nominations of candidates for election as officers and these can be made on the Committee. Download a nomination form HERE. They must reach the Secretary no less than seven days before the meeting and can be posted to us, or emailed to secretary@ecocentre.com

27th October 2019 2.00 PM   through   3.00 PM
Port Phillip EcoCentre
55a Blessington Street
St Kilda VIC 3182
Phone: 03 9525 3102

Boon Wurrung Foundation Logo The EcoCentre acknowledges the Kulin Nations, including the Yalukut Weelam clan of the Boon Wurrung language group, traditional owners of the land on which we are located. We pay respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Elder members of our multicultural community.