Would you like to help contribute to Redlands natural environment? Redland City Council’s Environment and Education unit are looking for research students to help provide valuable environmental knowledge which assists council to protect, manage and enhance the region’s biodiversity.
We can assist you with:
- in-kind support from knowledgeable and skilled team members
- access to mapping products and information on GIS layers
- support in obtaining permits.
With Redland City Council, you have the unique opportunity to research one of our native flora and fauna species.
We support research on all native species in the Redlands however, here are our special Redlands Native Species of Interest [PDF 1.6MB].
Please note that we have limited opportunities in 2019 due to the Redlands IndigiScapes Centre being closed for refurbishment.
Redland City Council supports collaborative scientific research with educational institutions, community groups, and government agencies on issues affecting the environment.
Research partnerships lead to improved understanding of ecosystem functions and services. They provide valuable environmental knowledge which assist to protect, manage and enhance the region’s biodiversity.
If you are interested in working with Redland City Council’s Environment and Education Unit, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.