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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Come and assist CVA to enhance extent and connectivity of Box Gum Grassy Woodland. Tree planting will assist upper canopy species that are not regenerating well naturally, and increase biodiversity of this critically endangered ecosystem. This valuable exercise will increase the integrity of valuable woodlands and availability of habitat for threatened species known to occur in the area.
Many hands needed to help in this community gardener role...bring a friend to volunteer with you!
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!
Explore a piece of paradise & join us for a few hours of conservation work at Londonderry Woodland Reserve. Home to threatened and endangered species, we are on a mission to preserve this magical woodland. Join us for a couple of hour and experience the magic!
Volunteers needed, who can bend, dig, hammer in stakes and water plants.
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.
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.
Fancy a morning of regeneration work, with a biodiversity expert? Lend a hand at Lealocks Lane in Casuala and contribute to the the repair of a critically endangered ecosystem, includes a guided fauna talk and includes a delicious lunch.
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