You're invited to a week of conservation work in country NSW - Join our enthusiastic ecologist and a team of friendly volunteers and help improve habitat for Australia's rarest butterfly!
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Do you like gardening, stay active, make new friends, learn about sustainable and communal gardening practices, and enjoy a social morning tea? Do you like to support disadvantaged community members to grow their own food, and support them into English, vocational education and employment opportunities linked to horticulture and nutrition? Then come and join our community garden as a volunteer Community Garden Assistant!
Hollows are needed for many species that inhabit our native woodlands. From birds, to gliders, possums and tree frogs, hollows are in short supply in Western Sydney due to the loss of mature trees in the landscape. CVA is building and installing habitat boxes for birds, gliders and microbats. This project and workshop will help you understand the importance of hollows and help you identify some of the key species and types of habitat required by those species in Western Sydney.
Keen for a behind the scenes conservation experience at Western Sydney University - Join a guided tour, then volunteer to help save the critically endangered plants and animals who reside by the lake!
The Ormeau school has the support of the Upper Ormeau landcare group and Boral. Join CVA as we assist this landcare group and school by carrying out weed control, tree planting and other conservation activities to help protect the natural values of this region which is home to threatened wildlife including koalas, greater gliders and quolls.
Carbon Out is an environmental non-profit organization dedicated to the removal of CO2 from the atmosphere through the use of algae! Algae actually absorbs carbon more efficiently than trees do! Plus, there are so many beneficial uses for algae it is crazy; treating malnutrition, feeding to the krill to replenish fish stocks, mitigating methane emissions released from cows and is a very useful source of fuel as it is compatible with our current petrol-based engines.
Provide practical academic and general literacy assistance to students using the program.
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.
Wetlands help keep our neighborhood healthy! Cranebrook Wetlands are not only home to native wildlife, including long neck turtles, frogs and native fish, but also help filter the water for our rivers, which eventually ends up back in our homes. Help rescue a local wetland by removing invasive weeds choking out native species!
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