ENVIRONMENTAL WORK: EnviTE project officer Dan Cox is about to have an extra 144 hands to help restore our North Coast environment.
ENVIRONMENTAL WORK: EnviTE project officer Dan Cox is about to have an extra 144 hands to help restore our North Coast environment.

Green Army is now enlisting

WOULD you like to grow and plant koala food trees, construct boardwalks and walking tracks or help restore rainforest?

Places are now available for 72 young people to join eight Green Army teams on the NSW north coast including Coffs Harbour.

Participants receive an allowance from $10.14 to $16.45 an hour over 30 hours each week.

Projects run for 23 weeks and applications are encouraged from school leavers, gap year students, graduates and jobseekers.

The Green Army is supporting eight local environmental projects supported by the Australian Government's Green Army Program and EnviTE Environment, Friends of the Koala, Coffs Harbour City Council, Big Scrub Landcare and NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.

Applications close November 14.

Information sessions and interviews will be held following this at Lismore, Ballina, Byron Bay, Grafton and Coffs Harbour.

For more information and to complete an online application go to www.envite. org.au, email greenarmy@ envite.org.au or phone EnviTE Environment on 02 66272800.



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