Care for Hedland

Survey

* 1. Are you a current financial member of Care for Hedland?

* 2. Are you a resident of Port Hedland?

* 3. In what capacity are you responding to this survey?

* 4. In terms of Sustainable Living, which of the following strategies do you agree Care for Hedland should develop and implement?

  Strongly agree Agree Don't agree NA
Establishment of the South Hedland community garden as a “hub” for the delivery, showcasing and promotion of sustainable practices
Creation and maintenance of a range of displays and examples of waste management practices including worm farms, composting, recycling, wind mills, native plants and lighting
Educational programs targeting a range of groups and cohorts including schools, mothers, families, teenagers, interest groups, corporate groups and industry
Investigation into establishment of commercial projects e.g.  a barramundi pond
Open days and support for sustainability events e.g bike week
Establishment of clubs, activities and programs that attract people to the “hub” including book clubs, kids club, art sessions (recycled arts, rock painting), plant exchanges, farmers markets, cooking sessions and classes, natural therapy sessions (herbs and essential oils) and well being classes
Development and implementation of a promotional and educational program focusing on sustainable water and energy usage, recycling and litter

* 5. In terms of Waste Management, which of the following strategies do you agree Care for Hedland should develop and implement?

  Strongly agree Agree Don't agree NA
Advocate and lobby for the ongoing expansion and introduction of waste management strategies and innovations including installation of container deposit infrastructure throughout the town, covers on utes and the banning of plastic bags
Representation of Care For Hedland on key groups and at forums – focus on the potential waste/incineration/gasification/energy plant
Preparation and presentation of papers, reports and input into policy making in relation to waste management in Hedland
Education campaigns such as Captain Clean Up, Clean Up Australia Day, War on Waste
Use of merchandise, brochures and signage such as stickers, road signs, Care For Hedland shopping bags
Continuing to conduct monthly recycling options in Port and South Hedland
Develop and implement a range of reactive programs, activities, measures and campaigns relating to waste reduction including Street Blitz, Adopt a Spot, Beach Clean Ups

* 6. In terms of Marine and Coastal Biodiversity, which of the following strategies do you agree Care for Hedland should develop and implement?

  Strongly agree Agree Don't agree NA
Continue to grow and improve key Care For Hedland programs by conducting a feasibility study into the impact of the Flatback turtles program on the Hedland economy 
Creating a generic Care For Hedland program development process – based on the Flatback turtles program development, implementation and evaluation – to establish and grow other programs
Revitalising the shore birds project utilising the generic program development process.  Consider engagement of specialist in the field including Birdlife WA
Attracting funding to conduct new (e.g. reef monitoring/ surveys, coastal cameras) and expand existing projects
Conduct key programs, education and activities (in partnership) relating to coastal and marine flora and fauna with a focus on Beach clean-ups, Dune restoration and revegetation and Sustainable fisheries 
Lobby and advocate for the development, implementation and evaluation of key policy, programs and signage relating to coastal and marine flora and fauna

* 7. In terms of Land Management , which of the following programs do you agree Care for Hedland should develop and implement?

  Strongly agree Agree Don't agree NA
Responsible off road driving and camping
Impact of quad bike riding
Knowing your environment

* 8. Which of the following governance and operational strategies do you agree are important for Care for Hedland to develop and implement?

  Strongly agree Agree Don't agree NA
Develop and implement a long term financial plan including- Funding grants and submissions; Sponsorship packages for corporate, business and industry groups; Business partnerships; fee for service (e.g. Cruise ships)
Review, update and or create Care For Hedland corporate and operational documents including policies and procedures, succession plans, staff recruitment, performance management and the Constitution
Develop a marketing and promotional plan
Conduct a membership drive that uses activities, programs and the community garden “hub”  to attract new members
Provide access to ongoing professional development and professional activities in relation to governance for the Care For Hedland committee and staff
Continue to develop and maintain partnerships

* 9. Do you support the current Care for Hedland vision which is "Connecting people and the environment".

* 10. Do you have anything that you believe needs to be included in the  Care for Hedland strategic plan?

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