14-17 year old teenagers and parents invited to a workshop to explore how they can tackle domestic violence in the community.
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Join us at Bartolo Nature Reserve - a wildlife wonderland and remnant of critically endangered bush! Help us regenerate this magical site and breath new life in wildlife corridors in Western Sydney!
We are looking for Green Thumbs who can help us maintain the gardens at Old Blythewood House with weeding, pruning, propagating and general garden maintenance.
Love the Outdoors? Do you have or want to develop your practical conservation skills?
Every Monday and Friday, Conservation Volunteers Australia trek to the beautiful and scenic towns of Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale and get involved in the enhancement and protection of the Native vegetation found along the foreshore. We need volunteers now to join in and head into the weekend feeling good that you've done something for the environment while lending a helping hand to the local community.
Come join us as we conduct sand dune rehabilitation works at Congwong Beach. The focus of the Congwong Beach sand dunes restoration project is removal of invasive species from the dunes, to rehabilitate and re-establish the native vegetation. Sand dunes are vital in protecting the Sydney coast line.
This new and exciting project is here to help restore the significant resting habitat of the critically endangered Eastern Curlew migratory shore bird.
Are you an avid gardener and have a few hours to spare each week? Do you like a challenge? If yes - we would like to hear from you! Working alone, in a group or with other staff members you will be assisting in landscaping the Big Ears property, which may include: planting, lawn mowing, weeding, pruning, trimming and rubbish removal. You will be required to work within Workplace Health and Safety Guidelines and be happy to work alone or as part of a team. Policed Check required.
Do you love being outdoors, meeting new people and discovering different places? We invite you to join our interesting conservation projects around Geelong and beyond. You will help to care for the local environment and support members of your community. Activities include planting native trees, removing invasive weed species, mulching, fencing and more.
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.
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