We are currently looking for volunteers who are interested in or enjoy gardening to assist clients at Uniting AgeWell Kingsville Community Day Centre. You can assist by undertaking small gardening tasks (no heavy pruning, lawn mowing or edging) including weeding, planting and light gardening activities.
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Regis Chelmer requires green thumb volunteers to assist in the Garden Club on the first Monday of every month
We are seeking corporate/ large groups (minimum 5+ people) to join our Environmental Team Members program. You will assist with the Environmental Management of our rail corridor, weeding, replanting and generally improving the biodiversity along our railway track. We are very excited about this program, with the assistance of organisations like yours we will improve the quality of the railway environment for both locals and tourists.
Do you enjoy gardening and have a couple of hours to spare each week?
Assisting staff to maintain client's homes and yards. Can include mowing and removal of rubbish, window cleaning and minor maintenance. Also general maintenance within the grounds of Beaucare.
The Community Garden Supervisor is responsible for overall planning, management and oversight of the gardens, the gardeners, and volunteers. They help communicate program policies to gardeners, encourage community involvement, and support the garden as an attractive, productive community asset.
A not-for-profit, community-driven Organisation that explores sustainable living options, would love some Volunteers to work on the development and maintenance of their gardens.
Field Volunteers are required to help with the Town Common Wetland Planting. Join us for the weekend project planting wetland species near Freshwater Lagoon. Native plant propagation skills, seed collection and identification. This is a great way to gain knowledge about the native plants in your area. Next field day is Saturday 11 August 2018, meet on site at 8am. Registration essential
Help out at the Ocean View Plant Place at Rowes Bay once a week. Overlooking beautiful Rowes Bay and Magnetic Island, the revegetation nursery concentrates on producing local provence species for planting in areas around Townsville. Next open day is Friday 10 August 2018, meet onsite at 8am
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
Would you like to help Granny Smith in her garden? Come join People Who Care perform light gardening duties in a team of 2-4 members.
We provide home maintenance services to elderly people living at home who require some extra support to enable them to stay in their local community. The basis of this service is ensure the safety of our clients so that they are able to move around the outside of their homes safely.
You would be required to attend to the maintenance of an established garden, propagating, pruning, spraying, feeding plants, mulching and weeding and general maintenance.
Environmental activities such as tree planting, seed collecting, heritage restoration, coastal protection and environmental monitoring. Volunteers participate as part of a team on practical conservation projects and are given induction and training on all conservation tasks undertaken, along with safety training and supervision.
Green thumbs or just wanting to make a difference? If you are interested in making someone's garden a place that they can continue to enjoy, rather than be a burden, why not consider gardening for someone who can no longer maintain their own garden! As little as one day per week can make all the difference in assisting someone to retain their independence.
The Woodworkers Museum and Interpretive Centre is a Not for Profit Organisation. The Museum was Opened in 1984 with the purpose of preserving the rich history of the Forestry Service and Timber Industry in Queensland. The Museum is owned by Gympie Regional Council and is currently Leased to Private Forestry Service Queensland a Not for Profit Organisation (PFSQ). The museum also educates the Public on sustainability of Native Forests and Plantations into the future
The Field Crew works on native tree planting and associated site preparation (weed control, mulching, erosion control) and follow up maintenance (watering and weeding) at a variety of sites around Brisbane.
Calling all gardening fans. Can you spare some time during the week to guide our students to do some gardening? In this role, the Mentor will have the opportunity to do some creative gardening with student/s – either one on one or in a small group
This position involves watering gardens by hand and assisting the Gardener with other odd jobs around the grounds at Villa Vincent.
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