Healthy Habitat Award

Healthy Habitat Award

Group: Community

Open to individuals and groups who have co-ordinated on-ground projects and initiatives that restore and protect native habitats, wildlife or plant species.

Who can enter: Groups and Individuals

GROUP submissions will include the following key criteria:

  1. Key achievements with detail on the environmental, educational, economic and social outcomes
  2. Alignment with Healthy Land and Water’s vision and values
  3. Alignment with your own values
  4. Challenges or obstacles that you overcame
  5. Efficiency with funding and resources
  6. Referees

INDIVIDUAL submissions will include the following key criteria:

  1. Key achievements
  2. How your activities and achievements have contributed positively to protecting and improving the natural environment and local communities
  3. Alignment with Healthy Land and Water’s vision and values
  4. Alignment with your own values
  5. Challenges or obstacles that you overcame
  6. Referees

Don’t forget the X-factor! Our judges will be looking for something unique or impressive in your entry that makes you stand out from the rest.

 

2018 finalists

(2018) Austinville Landcare

(2018) Austinville Landcare

Austinville Valley Riparian Restoration Project
Austinville, Gold Coast

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(2018) Dave Kington

(2018) Dave Kington

Fire Management on North Stradbroke Island
Minjerribah, North Stradbroke Island

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(2018) Sean Morrow

(2018) Sean Morrow

Habitat Creation for Native Wildlife
Pomona, QLD

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