Enviro Champions

The next round of the Enviro Champions Training program will begin in February 2018.

Do you want to:

  • Meet new people?
  • Make a positive difference in your community?
  • Improve your health and wellbeing?
  • Receive free training?

If your answer is "yes!", read on...

What is an Enviro Champion?

Enviro Champions are Hume residents who work together to help make Hume a better place to live. You do not have to have a specific project in mind to join the Enviro Champions, but if you care about your community, want to help the environment and make friends, then Enviro Champions is for you!

What impact can I have on the community?

There have been a variety of people come through the program who have initiated a range of exciting projects that benefit our local communities and the environment
Some of these include:

  • Exford Edibles Community Garden
  • Grooving Up The Grasslands
  • To Bee Or Not To Bee - Creating A Bee Hotel
  • See these and more of the projects here

Do I need to have my own environment-related project?

You don't need to have a project in mind to get involved with Enviro Champions. The training includes support to develop an idea and project plan of your own, or you can work as part of a team with other people working on a shared project.  

Watch a video about one of our Enviro Champion's projects:  Kids in the garden – Little green thumbs:


How do I join the Enviro Champions?

Contact Liz Shield, Environment Community Development Officer, on 9205 2310 or email envirochampions@hume.vic.gov.au

Download the Enviro Champion application form and submit by 16 February 2018:

Here’s what past Champions say about the program:

 ‘The Enviro Champs Program has given me the strongest sense of community that I have ever had.’ Jodi

‘Realising that there are plenty of people with great ideas in my community…a nest to develop those ideas.’ Mercedes

‘A deeper understanding of our environment as a whole, especially our local environment…inspiration to improve and appreciate that environment.’ Casey

‘The course has been stimulating and invigorated my love of the natural world. I recommend and challenge anyone to get involved...it is very worthwhile.’ Betty

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Introducing...(From left) Caroline Mora, Sofie Kremer, Nhien Nguyen, Tom Hatcher, Don McKay (with Alia and Aisha), Maria Pinto, Jeniffer Renda, Stephanie Pontet, Michelle Newton, Gayani de Silva and Kevin Weston. The 2016 Enviro Champions graduated at Hume's Great Green Get Together on 25 August 2016.

Updated : 11:29 AM, 21 February 2018

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