Like you and I, the Eastern Water Dragon enjoys a swim and a lazy day in the sun, but at Emu Green Reserve, habitat for the ancient lizard is under threat. Help us restore the Aussie bush and provide more habitat for Eastern Water Dragons in Penrith. Free BBQ lunch included!
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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.
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!
To supervise children getting on and off the correct bus. You will be required to be at Bairnsdale Secondary College at the bus loop area am and pm 5 days a week.
The Community Gardens located on Ash Island was built largely by volunteers. The gardens provide a stimulating and safe work environment, where social interaction and friendly, stress free atmosphere are as important as the production of healthy, chemical-free food. Community gardens covering 0.3 hectares were established in 1998 to encourage more visitors to City Farm and to give them a greater awareness and appreciation of the surrounding wetlands.
The role of the Garden volunteer is to help with the maintenance of the garden areas to ensure it provides the public with a visually pleasing display of greenery and flowers. Help create community gardening experiences for gardening project or group activities.
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 August 18. 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.
Lane Cove National Park now has a thriving Bushcare Program running under the supervision of a National Parks Bushcare Coordinator. There are groups currently working on different days, from every week to once a month, and they welcome new members. Work is in the bush, removing weeds so that native plants will regenerate, improving the biodiversity of the park.
If you love gardening, you can help create low maintenance gardens for people who are older or people with disability.
Do you love the outdoors and like lawnmowing and using a whipper-snipper?
Help create low maintenance gardens for people who are older or people with disability. No experience necessary. Basic English required to follow instructions.
Coordinate the operations of the share every month. Work with the committee to plan a focus, feature or talk for the upcoming share. Be responsible for the keys and membership sign up. Know how to setup and pack down from the share and ensure the premises is left secure.
We are small, new school, looking for someone to help with building maintenance. We have a list of small jobs of things to be repaired. Ideally the position would be on-going, approximately once a week or fortnight, otherwise we would be happy to accept somebody coming just once.
The Anglican Parish of Esperance, in Esperance, Western Australia, is looking for a keen gardener. This role will involve assisting to maintain the surrounds of the Anglican Church with Native Vegetation, including 'bush tucker'. Duties will also include weeding, mulching, pruning and general gardening.
Climate for Change is looking for Fundraising Champions to join our fundraising team this October. We are taking part in the Melbourne Marathon and a bike ride (details TBA) to raise funds for spreading effective climate action across Australia. By joining our team, you will not only have a lot of fun while getting fit, but you'll also be making a tangible difference in encouraging climate action in Australia. No fundraising experience is necessary - we will teach you and support you!
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
Implement Ardoch's Deakin University developed Literacy & STEM programs to support child learning in our partner Early Years Centres.
Workplace volunteering involves mentor students during supporting programs such as Speed Careers and Mock Interviews.
We are recruiting volunteers to support teachers in the classroom to implement a Robotics program.
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