Join us to make Busselton a greener place. Come along to our Ludlow Tuart Forest annual planting day. Take some positive environmental action for a hands-on, fun and rewarding experience. Learn about Busselton’s unique natural environment, acquire new skills and meet like-minded people. no dogs are permitted as the area is in the National Park.
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This project aims to help reduce and control numbers of cane toads in local areas of Darwin. After an informative identification session we will head out to targeted breeding sites including Lee Point, East Point, Botanical Gardens and Golflinks to collect cane toads.Please call the office (08) 8981 3206 for further information or to book in to an upcoming session.
Volunteer at La Trobe Wildlife Sanctuary and you will be helping to improve and enhance the quality of habitat in this thriving patch of land. Learn skills in native tree planting, identifying and controlling introduced weeds, exclusion fencing, walking track maintenance and much more.
We need you help to maintain a newly revegetated area of the West Werribee Treatment Plant! The treatment plant is a home to over 270 species of birds, and you work will help protect the area that they live. We will be mulching around native plants to supress weed growth, maintain moisture and enhance biodiversity in the area. Come give us a hand.
This bushcare group is supported by Lane Cove National Park and Macquarie University. It meets on the third Saturday morning of each month and welcomes new members. We meet next on Saturday July 21. Work is along Mars Creek, a hidden gem of the Lane Cove National Park and involves removing weeds so that native plants will regenerate, improving the biodiversity of the park.
As we are yet to commence planting our Edible Landscape gardens, we are looking for people who love to spend time gardening and taking pride in their work. We are looking for passionate and experienced edible gardeners who can help us get started, as well as share their knowledge with other keen volunteers and visitors through demonstration workshops at our monthly working bee gatherings.
Laceys Creek is located on the North East of Brisbane in D'Aguilar National Park and is made up of Eucalyptus woodlands and sub-tropical rainforest. This entire region provides critical habitat to a variety of threatened species which includes koalas, platypus, quolls and black-breasted button quails.
Lamington National Park is a unique World Heritage area that contains significant stands of intact rainforest and magnificent Gum Tree dominated flats. Join CVA as we remove weeds growing along Christmas Creek and plant native species to re-generate degraded parts of this beautiful region.
An exciting opportunity to help two of the rarest orchids in Nillumbik by removing weedy competition! Previous projects have been very successful in elimitating mature boneseed plants, however recent germination of seeds has caused this fast growing weed to threaten the orchids. Your help is needed to control the boneseed!
Be part of our Connected Communities program at Pembroke Primary School and get your hands dirty to build a drystone wall that will protect native grass species. We will provide transport from our Melbourne office (120 Rosslyn Street, West Melbourne), departing at 8am and returning around 4pm. Or if you live local you can meet on-site by prior arrangement.
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