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Rabbit Riddance!

  • Location: Canberra ACT
  • Category: Environment & Conservation
  • Suitable for
    • Centrelink Volunteers
    • People Learning English
    • Travelling Volunteers
    • Work Experience
  • Commitment

    One off - a few hours

  • Time Required

    7:30am - 4pm

  • Training

    On the job training.

  • Requirements

    All you need to bring with you is food and plenty of water for the day, and appropriate clothing for being out and about in the great outdoors: long pants, long sleeved shirt, a hat, and sturdy shoes. All equipment, safety gear and tools are provided by CVA.

Come join CVA 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 on the northern riparian corridor of Woolshed Creek in the Majura Valley ACT. We will be then fencing the site and planting natives to help restore the site to its native condition. This project is proudly supported but the National Landcare Program and our partners the Molonglo Catchment Group.

What you can Expect:

  • Learning about environmental threats to the ACT like weeds and rabbits.
  • Learning new skills like woody weed control.
  • Meeting new people.
  • Being outdoors.
  • Recognition of your efforts

If you have any questions feel free to contact the Canberra office on 0262477770


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