Conservation Volunteers offers Better Earth volunteering projects involving tree planting, invasive weed removal, seed collection, walking track cons
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Be at the front line of the environment movement, representing the Wilderness Society at our weekly campaign stall at Salamanca markets.
Do you love kids? Do you enjoy watching them gain new skills while learning about our natural environment and contributing to our community? Old Beach Cub Scouts are seeking Adult Helpers to join either: Scouts on Monday nights (10 girls/boys aged 11-15yrs); Cubs on Wednesday nights (15 boys/girls aged 8-10); Joeys on Wednesday nights: (10 boys/girls aged 5-7) Fun activities and games are planned by the Leaders, volunteers offer support on the night.
Gardening at Narryna and Markree gardens, including composting, weeding, pruning and propagation. Both houses are part of the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) and the gardens contributes to the integrity of each property. Top priority is the safety and well being of all volunteers, visitors,contractors and staff. You will also provide information on TMAG and House Museum services, exhibitions and public programs, and also cross promote House Museum activities.
Weed Eradication - Biodiversity Protection Volunteers in Wellington Park
Do you think kids need more outdoor time and less screen time? Are you concerned that so many 11-15 year olds socialise more on their devices than face-to-face? Good news! Scouts is the antidote to synthetic entertainment! But we need your help. We are looking for adult volunteers who believe in supporting youth to explore the outdoors, encourage them to take responsibility for the environment, their own self-motivation, respect, teamwork and care for others. Full training provided.
We are looking for passionate people to help us establish environment groups in their neighborhoods right across Hobart. We will train you to become effective campaigners and organisers, giving you the tools you will need to inspire others and make positive changes for nature. Working on issues important to your community, you will champion cleaner beaches, rivers and parks and advocate for wildlife in your local area and add strength to our collective voice on statewide and national issues.
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