Mizaan Cooks River Regeneration Project
Organisation: al-Ghazzali Centre for Islamic Sciences and Human Development
Date/time: 1st Saturday of every month, 9:30am - 12noon.
Location: Cooks River - Hampton St, Croydon Park
Enquiries: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (02) 9708 1539
Mizaan is an initiative of the al-Ghazzali Centre to nurture awareness and responsibility to our environment and wellbeing. It is a significant project in collaboration with Canterbury City Council, to regenerate fauna and flora along Cooks River. The Centre and the Council are developing a sustainable ecology program to include the establishment, protection and maintenance of the natural ecosystems and wildlife corridor to regenerate this environmental disaster zone. Everyone is urged to join in this large project.>
This Ecology program includes the following specific tasks to improve the Cooks River environ:
- Re-establishment of natural vegetation
- Soil erosion protection
- Regeneration of an environmentally disaster zone
al-Ghazzali Centre has been planning such programs with local councils, and is undertaking this significant project in collaboration with Canterbury City Council. Furthermore, al-Ghazzali Centre is developing a sustainable ecology program with Canterbury City Council in its Local Government Area, to include the establishment, protection and maintenance of community parks, natural ecosystems and wildlife corridors.
We invite you to become a committed, regular volunteer for the Mizaan Ecology Program and participate in many important as well as fun-filled sustainable projects and activities.
For further information and to register, see the Mizaan webpage.