The Friends of Trentham Creeks and Reserves work mainly in the town and close surrounds of Trentham.
They have done extensive weed removal and revegetation of Stoney Creek, which runs through the town.The group has also built the walking track ‘The Wombat Trail’, a 12 km walking and cycling trail that starts in the town and passes through nearby forest.They have also installed historical and interpretative signage, including the towns Avenue of Honour.
Recently the group began work on Trent Creek (Trentham is named after Trent Creek), conducting weed removal and planting species such as the rare Brooker Gum. Trentham Primary School Students are involved in this project.
The group meets for regular working bees.