Community Partners

Environment House works in cooperation with:

The City of Bayswater -We greatly appreciate the direct financial support from the City. Also we have co-ordinated the planting of 2000 native trees/bushes/sedges along the Maylands riverfront, in cooperation with CoB's Environment Officer, Jeremy Maher. Thousands more sedges and casuarina trees were planted throughout 2005, along the Maylands foreshore and on the Maylands side of Ascot Island. The Friends of Maylands Samphires is working on a riverside conservation project at Clarkson Reserve, Maylands.

Conservation Council of WA - Environment House is now a member of this statewide 'umbrella' organisation and receives much-appreciated support from its staff.

Anti Nuclear Alliance of WA and People for Nuclear Disarmament - We used to provide office space for these organisations, but when we moved to this smaller building, we were delighted that they found new space with Oxfam just down the road at 5 King William St, within easy visiting distance.


City Farm Perth - We have a stall at City Farm's Organic Markets on the first and third Saturday of each month - rain, hail or shine (luckily it's under cover!)

Men of the Trees - We order our native seedlings in October each year from MoTT's wonderful Hazlemere nursery.


Bayswater and Noranda Community Bank branch of Bendigo Bank - This bank provides ongoing sponsorship to Environment House.

Australian eco-wholesalers - We retail the products of a growing number of eco-wholesalers, both community and business-based: EnviroClean, RELN (worm farms), Eco-Organics (Bokashi fermentation compost bins) Tinderbox, Scrumpy soaps and Mokosh (herbal products, skincare etc.) Men of the Trees community nurseries, CALM books, ATA books and ReNew magazine & more.

Sponsors

Environment House been a grateful recipient of sponsorship from civic-spirited individuals, the City of Bayswater (with an annual grant and low rental for our current premises), the Bayswater and Noranda Community Bank branch of Bendigo Bank, the WA public (via Lotterywest), businesses, and occasionally a State or Federal Government grant.

As a registered environment centre, donations are tax-deductible.

Cheques/money orders should be made payable to "Environment House tax deductible fund". Donations via credit card (in person or by phone) are also very welcome.  Of course shopping here - or even better, becoming a 'regular' - is a great way to support us too!