SOWN is recruiting volunteers interested in being part of the SOWN Media team. In addition to needing volunteers to help manage the SOWN web site, as well as editors, photographers and writers to contribute articles to the web site and The Western Echo, we need people to manage our social media presence, organise community events, design flyers and posters, and many other things besides.

With the wonderful SOWN Nursery and more than 30 bushcare sites, there are a million stories in this big catchment. SOWN members are making great progress rehabilitating Enoggera catchment, so let’s tell the world.

We are keen to hear from anyone whether you are a skilled professional who wants to pitch in for a good cause, a keen amateur or you’ve always wanted to give it a go. Training can be provided. These are the roles we need to fill now:

  • editor of the SOWN e-news
  • journalists and writers
  • editors, subeditors and proofreaders
  • photographers and photojournalists
  • graphic designers
  • cartoonists and illustrators
  • event organisers
  • social media content managers
  • WordPress operators
  • Mailchimp operators

We’d also like to hear from people interested in making videos and podcasts especially if you have ideas about ways to tell the SOWN story.

Joining the SOWN Media team is a great way to get more involved in SOWN. Plus you will get to find out more about our efforts to restore Enoggera catchment. Interested? Email SOWN today.

Robert Whyte, Matti Crocker and Anne Jones interview Bob Whiteman in Enoggera Creek for SOWN TV documentary Bush Friendly Gardening. PHOTO: Mark Crocker

Interested in being part of the SOWN Media team?

Email SOWN today.