Welcome to SERCUL
The South East Regional Centre for Urban Landcare (SERCUL) was formed in 2003 as an independent Natural Resource Management body in Perth, Western Australia. SERCUL brings together the community, business and government to develop and implement projects that improve the health of our waterways and other ecosystems.
One of five sub-regional bodies, the area SERCUL covers takes in Dyarguu (the Canning River), the Southern Wungong River and their tributaries and parts of Derbarl Yaragan (the Swan River).
OPENINGS FOR LEADERSHIP IN URBAN LANDCARE
A respected, well established Landcare association, the South East Regional Centre for Urban Landcare (SERCUL), is seeking people to join its voluntary Executive Committee who have a strong interest in the environment and experience in either business, management or governance of voluntary associations.
SERCUL works with 13 local governments and more than 30 community conservation groups in the southern region of Perth along with private, State Government and community organisations to promote and deliver landcare, water monitoring and research projects in Perth. SERCUL also has a major involvement in environment education in schools. There are 30 full and part-time staff headed by a Chief Executive officer. SERCUL attracts substantial Government funding, complemented by contract income from its growing environment services division.
The Executive Committee is SERCUL’s principal management body and meets on the fourth Monday of the month between 9.00 and 11.00am at SERCUL in Horley Road, Beckenham.
Our Constitution can be found on our web site: www.sercul.org.au
For further information contact SERCUL Chairperson Stephen Johnston email@example.com or CEO Amy Krupa 9458 5664
SERCUL Environmental Services
At SERCUL, we aim to provide the best service possible for our clients and community. We assess, design and deliver innovative and practical solutions to suit our client’s needs.
All proceeds from our Environmental Services are invested back into this non-profit community organisation to help us deliver our vision, ‘To have, as a given, the Natural Resources of the South Region of Perth managed in a healthy and sustainable manner by all stakeholders for future generations.’
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