Knox Environment Society
Knox Environment Society Objectives
To actively promote sustainability within Knox and the wider community.
To engage in projects and activities that monitor, protect and enhance the environment.
To work with stakeholders including government, the community and business to advance environmental and sustainability policies, programs and practices.
Our motto: "Principle before profit."
KES Indigenous Nursery
In 1985, the Knox Environment Society established what is believed to be one of the first indigenous nurseries in Australia. The Indigenous Nursery is completely volunteer run and most of the money the Society earned through plant sales goes back into the community for environmental campaigns and projects, both locally and globally, such as the Sword-grass Brown Butterfly project, local wildlife carers, lobbying for better public transport and donations to other groups striving for similar objectives.
To find out more about what our Nursery volunteers do, please please see our Volunteering at the KES Nursery page.
If you would like to become a volunteer, please see our Membership page.
If you would like to visit us or buy plants, please see our Location and Open Hours.
The Knox Environment Society acknowledges the traditional custodians of the foothills of the Corhanwarrabul Ranges; the Wurundjeri and Bunurong people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present.
Cover Photo by Melissa Allen: Burchardia umbellata - Milkmaids