Council runs a number of programs, activities and events designed to ensure our residents understand and care about the local natural environment. The City of Melton and community groups have won many State and national awards related to the environment.
If you would like to learn more about the local environment in the City of Melton look for some of the publications in our local libraries or contact Council's Environmental Education Officer on 9747 7200.
Talks can be provided to local groups and also guided bus trips to point of environmental interest in the City of Melton (depending on staff availability). Your group may also want to participate in a local planting activity, bird watching, frog watching or an interpreted tour along one of the creeks.
Teachers Environmental Network
Melton City Council convenes special meetings for teachers working in the area to learn more about various aspects of environmental education. This often includes a Professional Development Session from an expert Environmental Educator.
All sessions are free and held at Caroline Springs Library.
- 26 February
- 16 May (Aussi Vic workshop at Taylors Hill Community Centre)
- 21 May
- 20 August
- 19 November
For more information, contact Council's Environmental Education Officer on 9747 7200.