Campbell Page is delighted to be one of the service providers delivering the Green Army programme for the Australian Government. Together with our partners Skillset and TAFE Western we are running projects across New South Wales, Queensland and the Australian Capital Territory.
The Green Army is a hands-on, practical, grassroots environmental action programme that supports local environmental and heritage conservation projects across Australia.
This is an initiative for young Australians aged 17–24 years interested in protecting their local environment. Participants will receive an allowance and gain hands-on, practical skills, training and experience in environmental and conservation fields.
Round 3 project applications
Applications for Round 3 of the Green Army Programme have closed on 17 March 2015. Approved projects will be announced in the near future.
How can I get involved?
Groups, including community organisations, environment groups, Indigenous organisations and local councils, across Australia are able to bid to host a Green Army project. Project guidelines and information for groups interested in submitting Green Army projects is available at: http://www.environment.gov.au/green-army/
To submit a project proposal to Campbell Page, please complete our Expression of Interest form.
You can apply if you are aged between 17-24 years and an Australian citizen or permanent resident. You may be a school leaver, gap year student, graduate, Indigenous person, an unemployed job seeker and/or a person with a disability.
If you are interested in participating in one of our Green Army projects, please complete our Participant Application form.
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Closing date for applications is the ‘Planned Start Date’ listed for each project below.
|Project ID||Planned Start Date||Type of project||State||Geography||Host||Apply Now / Status|
|B0210016903G||24/06/2015||Weed control & revegetation in the dunes behind seven beaches in Wollongong||NSW||Wollongong||Wollongong City Council||ALL POSITIONS FILLED|
|B0210016302G||13/07/2015||Reconnecting with key contributors to improved catchment environment – part 2||QLD||Darling Downs Region of SW Queensland||Condamine Catchment Natural Resource Management Corporation Limited||ALL POSITIONS FILLED|
|B0210016303G||13/07/2015||Reconnecting with the key contributors to improved catchment environment – part 3||QLD||Darling Downs Region of SW Queensland/td>||Condamine Catchment Natural Resource Management Corporation Limited||OPENING SOON|
|B0210028901G||15/07/2015||Rehabilitation of the Upper Yass River Catchment||NSW||Canberra Region||Palerang Council||APPLY NOW|
|B0270013802G||23/09/2015||Using wetlands, dams and creek to build connections within box gum woodlands||NSW||Orange region||Central Tablelands Landcare Inc||OPENING SOON|
|B0270008902G||23/09/2015||Restoring the Eurobodalla Coast Stage 2 (Central), Making Vergetation Connections||NSW||Eurobodalla Shire Council area||Eurobodalla Shire Council||OPENING SOON|
|B0210028002G||23/09/2015||Flood Recovery Project – Upper Mary River Catchment||QLD||Noosa||Noosa and District Landcare Group Inc||OPENING SOON|
|B0270009103G||23/09/2015||Scenic Rim Region Green Army Project – Team 3||QLD||SE Queensland||Scenic Rim Regional Council||OPENING SOON|
|B0270009104G||23/09/2015||Scenic Rim Region Green Army Project – Team 4||QLD||SE Queensland||Scenic Rim Regional Council||OPENING SOON|
|B0270010302G||23/09/2015||Removing African Olive at Killalea State Park Project 2||NSW||Shell Cove Region||Killalea State Park Trust||OPENING SOON|
|B0270013502G||23/09/2015||Removing Asparagus Fern from Minnamurra Spit at Killalea State Park – Project 2||NSW||Shell Cove Region||Killalea State Park Trust||OPENING SOON|
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