The Croydon Conservation Society was formed in 1964 and is Maroondah’s oldest environmental organisation. The Society covers a broad range of natural and urban sustainability issues, including environmental preservation and planning issues.
Tonight’s Annual General Meeting, including a presentation on the works being undertaken at Brushy Creek to prevent flooding that affects nearby residents. The project, which includes two phases totalling over $2 million, will restore Brushy Creek between Bellara Drive and Maroondah Highway and includes extensive re-vegetation.
The 2010 Committee for the Croydon Conservation Society is aimed to strengthen its ability to become a community resource for people interested in sustainability. This will see the Society strengthen the role of its website as it aims to deliver content for the community.