Being a bushcarer is a rewarding and practical way to help your local environment. Bushcare is about encouraging natural regeneration by removing isolated weeds that compete with native plants for space, food and water. Immerse yourself in serene bushland settings and know that you are creating healthy habitats for wildlife and natural places we can all enjoy.
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Do you have an interest in looking after the environment? Are you able to give the time and commitment needed to follow through the seedling growing project on a daily basis over a 6 month period (November to May)? A volunteer grower raises native seedlings in their backyard over summer from seed until they are ready for planting. You will be assigned a specific growing order and will receive a full set of instructions and materials to propagate native seedlings.
Marine debris is becoming a massive environmental issue worldwide, with it estimated that approximately 6.4 million tons of litter is ending up in the world's oceans every year. Join us to help combat this important global issue!
Join us at this beautiful biodiversity hotspot to remove various invasive plants to increase space for the natives to flourish and provide habitat for the local wildlife, as well as to maintain and extend the tracks and trails within the reserves.
Join us at the scenic Fluerieu peninsula, where we will be carrying maintenance of planting undertaken in for the protection of the Black Glossy Cockatoo at Cape Jervis the last stop before Kangaroo Island! These days will focus on planting tree guard maintenance and weed control help protect the vegetation which will enhance the coastal communities that exist in this area and provide food for the Black Glossy Cockatoo. Any time you can spare will be hugely appreciated.
Join us in assisting the Adelaide Hills council with woody weed control at Woorabinda reserve in Stirling, within the beautiful Adelaide Hills. Volunteers will be treating woody weeds using a number of techniques. This is part of an ongoing relationship CVA has had with Adelaide Hills Council for over 10 years. Come and join our team of volunteers. It's a great opportunity to meet like-minded people and contribute to improving our environment. PLEASE NOTE: It is also possible to meet on-site
The Highbury Aqueduct Reserve was first opened in 2013 when an 8 ha trail was created for the public. Since then the reserve now holds more than 24 ha of walking trails and has become very popular with local residents for walking, riding, gardening, exercising and conservation. Join our volunteer team at this important urban biodiversity corridor to assist with the creation of new trail linkages, which will connect communities to open spaces. These will create greater access for both walkers a
South Coast Environment Centre (SCEC) are looking for volunteers in a new environment venture they are involved with partnering with TocH. Volunteers are sought to join this new group to help care for the largest patch of remnant scrub in the Victor Harbor region. With more than 120 different species of native plants, this is a special place at TocH Campsite that we would love your assistance to help protect.
Join us in assisting the council with woody weed control within the Adelaide Hills. This is part of an ongoing relationship CVA has had with Adelaide Hills Council for over 10 years.
Dune restoration, weed control, habitat restoration, revegetation maintenance
Habitat restoration, weed control, revegetation, biodiversity enhancement
Parafield Airport hosts the last known array of vernal pools within the Adelaide metro area. What are vernal pools? They are temporary pools of water that provide habitat for distinctive plants and animals. Discovered in 2001, they were assessed to be of high wetland value, with significant flora and uncommon aquatic fauna. Prior to their discovery, they were used for agricultural practices and recreational activities - farming, grazing and even a golf driving range!
Join our volunteer team at this important urban biodiversity corridor to assist with the creation of new trail linkages, which will connect communities to open spaces. These will create greater access for both walkers and riders to the reserve adjacent to the River Torrens, allowing members of the public to explore the brilliant Highbury Aqueduct.
Join us in Wirrina Cove on the scenic Fleurieu Peninsula. In partnership with the District Council of Yankalilla we will be creating habitat to provide a critical food and nesting stepping stone for the endangered Glossy Black Cockatoo.
CVA volunteers have been engaged to help restore this unique site by addressing issues such as weed management and reintroducing local plants.
Calling on team players who are enthusiastic about supporting sustainable living by exchanging food. The South Coast Environment Centre is looking for assistance once a month for a few hours with the Victor Vegie - Swap Market Steering Committee Assistance is required with setting up and packing away at the end of the vegie swap event
Do you have a strong interest in environment? Are you physically fit and able to give some of your time to assist in managing and maintaining our National Parks? Friends of Onkaparinga Park are looking to recruit volunteers to assist with weed control, revegetation and walking trail maintenance.
Christie Downs Community House is seeking a fit and reliable person to provide grounds maintenance for the Centre. This will involve a range of tasks to ensure the grounds are kept tidy including rubbish collection, raking, leaf and tree litter disposal, bins. The person will be required on Monday and Thursday for 3 hours each day. Police clearance / DCSI check will be undertaken.
Fleurieu Hoodie Helpers needed to monitor, protect, raise awareness about Hooded Plovers on beaches on the Fleurieu - various suburbs Hooded Plovers are small coastal shorebirds. Listed as vulnerable nationally, there are only 22 breeding pairs found on the Fleurieu Peninsula. There are various volunteer opportunities to help these birds including monitoring and reporting, site protectors to erect fencing and signage and Plover Guardians to engage with beach users to help educate about these bi
There are many reasons why it is important to preserve this unique environment. Sand dunes provide habitat for plants and animals that cannot survive in other areas. The dunes are held together by the roots of the plants and without the plants they would be blown away by the wind or washed away by the waves.
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