CVA will be hosting a Welcome Shorebirds Event which will include presentations to provide information on shorebird biology and ecology as well as talks by council/CVA to educate the community on responsible behaviors while recreating in shared habitat zones. Volunteers will be required to help us Set Up and Pack Down the morning tea. The day is also about celebrating volunteers and giving them a chance to learn about shorebird conservation.
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Working together with local council, CVA will improve environmental outcomes at Nathan Road wetlands by undertaking weed control. This is a fantastic opportunity to gain basic plant identification skills and to learn about habitat restoration processes from start to finish. No prior experience is necessary, our friendly team leaders will teach you everything that you need to know on the day!
"UNPAID" Garden maintenance, hosing and outdoor cleaning. Available Monday to Friday 7.00 am to 3.00 pm.
The endangered Eastern Curlew is the largest migratory wader that visits Australia. These amazing birds migrate all the way to the Arctic Circle in order to breed and can be seen in Japan, Korea and Borneo as they journey to these breeding grounds.
The endangered Eastern Curlew is the largest migratory wader that visits Australia. These amazing birds migrate all the way to the Arctic Circle in order to breed and can be seen in Japan, Korea and Borneo as they journey to these breeding grounds. In South East Queensland they can be found from October - March on intertidal mud/sandflats as well as mangrove swamps and estuaries.
Conservation Volunteers will be hosting a Welcome Shorebirds Event in partnership with Moreton Bay Regional Council to celebrate our amazing migratory shorebirds! There will be a free morning tea provided with the opportunity to view shorebirds up close through binoculars and scopes and talk to researchers and groups involved in shorebird conservation.
The Conservation Volunteer’s role is to assist with the preservation of the collection housed at Bankfoot House. You will work alongside a small team of employees and volunteers undertaking preventative conservation and collection management. Bankfoot House is a heritage-listed homestead at 1998 Old Gympie Road, Glass House Mountains, Sunshine Coast. It was built in 1878. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 11 December 2008.
Field Volunteers are required to help with the Town Common Wetland Planting. Join us for the weekend project planting wetland species near Freshwater Lagoon. Native plant propagation skills, seed collection and identification. This is a great way to gain knowledge about the native plants in your area. Next field day is Saturday 11 August 2018, meet on site at 8am. Registration essential
Help out at the Ocean View Plant Place at Rowes Bay once a week. Overlooking beautiful Rowes Bay and Magnetic Island, the revegetation nursery concentrates on producing local provence species for planting in areas around Townsville. Next open day is Friday 10 August 2018, meet onsite at 8am
A fantastic way to see out of the way beaten track areas around Townsville. Creekwatch aims to involve the local community with their local environment. Creekwatch activities include macro-invertebrate, fish and fauna surveys and water quality testing. Come along and key out the bugs and fish and join the team to help in the great outdoors. Next recruitment drive is Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 August 2018, Meet at Rowes Bay opposite the Rowes Bay Caravan Park at 7.30am
Landcare Conservation volunteers are required to work in the Nursery every Friday from 8am to 2pm to help maintain environment / tree planting and participate in special projects. You will need some level of physical fitness and an interest in the environment. Help with maintenance at Land Care sites around town - Bush Garden, Turtle Bridge, Lou Litster and Mundy Creek. Volunteers can be accepted as young as 12 and 13. Volunteers under the age of 12 must be accompanied by parents or guardi
Voluntary assistance is needed with preparing information articles, media releases, project announcements and event notices.
Researchers are required to review and comment on a range of discussion papers, policy documents and reports provided by government departments, business and industry organisations and NGOs.
This Community Garden is wanting more volunteers to assist with the daily duties to maintain the garden.
The Orangutan Project (TOP) is a dynamic, fast-growing and successful not-for-profit organisation that fights for orangutan conservation by securing land and rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing ex-captive orangutans. Our activities have positive flow-on effects that protect other endangered species such as the Sumatran tiger, elephant and rhino, as well as indigenous communities in the remaining rainforest of Borneo and Sumatra.
Join our weekly Gardening Time group to keep our garden growing.
The Field Crew works on native tree planting and associated site preparation (weed control, mulching, erosion control) and follow up maintenance (watering and weeding) at a variety of sites around Brisbane.
The Woodstock volunteering role is suited to a couple who are travelling around Australia. Beautiful property spanning along the Albert River near the Tamborine mountains and the Gold Coast.
Volunteer needed to work with staff & students to plant, educate, harvest & cook fruit & vegetable grown at our centre. Plus general gardening.
The 2018 National Landcare Conference is being held between Wednesday 10 – Friday 12 October and we are looking for enthusiastic event management or environmental students to volunteer over these 3 days. If you're eager to get your foot in the door with events and add some volunteer work to your CV, this is your opportunity to work for a non profit organisation and get a taste of the event industry.
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