Brevard Needs Volunteer For EEL Committee

By  //  January 17, 2013

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One-Year Term

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The Brevard County District Five Commission Office is looking for a volunteer to fill an opening for the Environmentally Endangered Lands (EELs) Program Recreation and Education Advisory Committee.

Brevard’s DIstrict Five is seeking a volunteer to serve on the Environmentally Endangered Lands Program Recreation and Education Advisory Committee (Image courtesy of Brevard County)

The EELs Program Recreation and Education Advisory Committee provides recommendations for public access, passive recreation and environmental education on EEL Program managed conservation lands.

Participants need to live in District Five and should have an interest in outdoor recreational uses on public lands.

The EELs Program Recreation and Education Advisory Committee meets quarterly.

A term on the program’s Recreation and Education Advisory Committee is for one year.

If interested in being appointed to the board, call the District Five Commission Office at 321-253-6611.


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