Come join CVA Canberra as we assist help reduce the spread of rabbits in the ACT. We will be working with local landholders and other environmental groups to minimise the woody weed infestations which create harbour for rabbit populations along a tributary of Woolshed Creek in the Majura Valley ACT.
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This is a specialised field activity, assisting on various sites around the Canberra region. It is preferred that all interested volunteers attend 3 of our Nursery sessions on Wednesday mornings, prior to joining this group. This will give you time to better understand what we do here at Greening Australia and we are also able to ensure that you are comfortable with and are aware of our processes and procedures, for both nursery and field work.
Native plants underpin everything we do. By helping at our community nursery in Aranda, you will be playing a direct role in our on-ground work by supporting the production of trees, shrubs, wildflowers and grasses for our projects across the region. You will be assisting with tasks such as weeding, propagating, and thinning our native seedlings. No experience is needed to attend and we welcome volunteers of all ages. For anyone under age 18, a guardian/carer is required to come along as well.
SEE-Change is undertaking a bird-scaping project in the centre of Canberra. The project aims to increase the habitat for small endangered birds in the ACT and to increase their presence in the inner north of Canberra. Come join CVA as we assist SEE-Change with their fantastic project!
Come join CVA Canberra, for a fantastic day helping to water some plants on a site that has lots of environmental significance! We are helping a local community group restore an area of degraded box-gum grassy woodland near Burra NSW.
Bungonia National Park is an amazing and diverse ecosystem with open woodland and craggy limestone gorges. Come join Conservation Volunteers as we spend 4 days in this fantastic location exploring the area and assisting local rangers in their efforts to conserve and enhance biodiversity in the Park. This project is proudly supported by Holcim and its Lynwood community investment fund.
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