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.
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We are looking for a Community Engagement Volunteer for a local Food Forest Project. This will be a long term on-going volunteering position. This role is for someone who is excited about investing long-term in a community project that supports sustainability and environmental change.
Do you enjoy working in the garden? We are looking for friendly and responsible volunteers to perform a variety of gardening duties at our Aged Care facility.
Are you an outdoors person who has a keen interest in land/tree management? Trees for Life requires volunteer bushcarers working at one or a number of native bushland locations on the Fleurieu Peninsula eg Victor Harbor, Encounter Bay, Goolwa, Finniss, Strathalbyn and more. After attending a 1 day training workshop (half day theory, half day in field) volunteers will participate in weed management (forking out weeds, cutting, clubbing and herbicide). Average 50 hours per year.
Bendigo Access Employment and PepperGreen Farm are not for profit organisations providing a gardening activity for people with a disability. They are seeking volunteers to assist with fresh vegetable production and contribute to packing our $30 vegie bags every Thursday. Tuesdays are usually plantings and weeding and Thursdays picking produce and bagging.
Mairi's Garden situated at Eastwood Community Centre is built as a sensory garden engagement of young children, families, elderly adults, people with a disability. Volunteers maintain our garden growing new plants, propagating, planting, weeding, mulching. We have a large number of succulent plants which are potted for sale to the public. A new initiative we are about to embark on is a "Grow Free" initiative where we share seeds and excess fruit and produce.
Get involved with Bushcare! Volunteer groups meet once a month to help regenerate and preserve native bushland and they also enjoy a delicious morning tea!
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.
The Lower Cotter Catchment has been planted out with seedlings in the past to control erosion, provide habitat for birds and animals, and improve air quality. There are 2 000 of them in the area, and they need watering!
Working on our vegetable and fruit garden with residents, trimming, planting and picking fruits and veggies. We provide assistance with everyday living in emotionally supportive and well-maintained environments that are safe and adaptable to the individual needs of residents. We understand that people are looking for places to call home that allow them to live freely but provide stability, support and security.
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