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COLLABORATIVE ACTION FOR BUSHFIRE RISK MITIGATION

We would like you to join the Old Norton Summit Rd Community Group and AHNRC, in urging a coordinated approach to make the roads from the hills safer should there be a bushfire, compounded by the inadequate telecommunication service. If you share our concerns, please check your  local post office for petitions to sign or request a copy from the AHNRC.

 

AHNRC MEMBERSHIP.

Become a member of the AHNRC to find out all that is happening at the centre and have access to our Library and resources. It is free, so contact us for a membership form.

 

THE ADELAIDE HILLS NATURAL RESOURCE CENTRE (AHNRC)

is a community led environmental information hub. 

It aims to support and encourage sustainable community actions to conserve and protect the biodiversity of the region. 

 

Staffed by a Coordinator and volunteers, the AHNRC provides a diverse range of services and information resources for landholders, local residents, community groups, hikers and students.

 

These services include:

  • up to date natural resource management information
  • community workshops, education days and seminars
  • Equipment and resources for community environmental groups
  • Volunteer projects
  • Referral services to contractors and technical advisors

 

If you would like to find out more about the Adelaide Hills Natural Resource Centre, please pop in to have a look around or call our coordinator on (08) 8390 1891.

 

OPEN TUESDAY - THURSDAY  9AM - 3PM 

 


 

 

 

    

Contact Us

Adelaide Hills
Natural Resource Centre

1 Crescent Drive,
Norton Summit 5136

Phone: (08) 8390 1891
Fax (08) 8390 1598
Email: valhunt@ahnrc.org
Web: www.ahnrc.org

Postal address:
PO Box 165,
Norton Summit 5136