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  1. Amiens History Association

    The objects of the association are—
    (a) To undertake research, promotion, education and other activities relevant to St Denys and/or the surrounding historical soldiers’ settlement in conjunction with the relevant authorities.
    (b) To raise funds to support these activities.
    (c) To undertake projects, including events that promote a greater interaction between the association and the community.
    (d) To effectively liaise with external stakeholder groups who are responsible for, have an interest in, or are affected by, St Denys and the historical soldiers’ settlement.
    (e) To encourage membership of the association and operate as a financially viable and professional organisation.
    (f) To assist with the care, maintenance and/or preservation of historical buildings in accordance with Burra Charter principles.

  2. Stanthorpe Rare Wildflower Consortium

    Stanthorpe Rare Wildflower Consortium promotes awareness of the native flora of the Granite Belt region of Queensland and its conservation and management.
    Extending knowledge of the species through survey and monitoring work, workshops and publications, the internet and social media.
    To collaborate with other conservation and natural resource management organisations, government agencies, educational institutions, landholders and other appropriate bodies in their efforts to better manage local wildflower ecosystems.