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for Friends of Lane Cove National Park Inc. - Environment & Conservation
This bushcare group is supported by Lane Cove National Park. It meets every Wednesday and welcomes new members. Work is along the River Ave stretch of Lane Cove National Park and involves removing weeds so that native plants will regenerate, improving the biodiversity of the park.
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 October 15. 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.
for Conservation Volunteers Australia - Environment & Conservation
You'll be involved with a sand dunes restoration project in partnership with National Parks and Wildlife services
for Friends of Attadale Foreshore Group - Environment & Conservation
Watering, weeding and planting at reserves on the river foreshore.
for Bulimba Creek Catchment - Environment & Conservation
Propagation of native plants from seed. Stocktaking, nursery management, and some field work.
Monitoring bushcare sites. Bush regeneration (includes planting and weed control).
Work in regeneration tree planting, weeding. Skills required: Good observation skills, enthusiastic, enjoy outdoor work.
for Cleland Wildlife Park - Animal Welfare
Information booth volunteers will be responsible for manning the visitor information booth at Cleland Wildlife Park providing updated accurate information to park visitors on what is happening in Cleland Wildlife Park and the surrounding hills tourist area.
for Tangaroa Blue Foundation Ltd - Environment & Conservation
It's ReefBlitz time! Come along to Snapper Island for a beach clean-up and learn how to collect data for the Australian Marine Debris Database. The AMDI Database is used to push for change at community, industry and government levels that stop the flow of rubbish and debris into our oceans.
ReefBlitz 2016 is happening throughout the month of October, giving volunteers around Queensland the chance to get hands-on and help the Reef at the biggest ever people-powered snapshot of Great Barrier Reef life and health. It's easy to join in - you don't even have to get wet!
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