About this opportunity
Wirambi Landcare is Western Australian not-for-profit organisation focused on increasing the awareness of our unique wildlife.
We offer a wide range of conservation projects in the metro area as well as projects in regional WA. These projects include tree planting, seed collection, endangered species protection, weed control, flora and fauna surveys, and environmental monitoring. Volunteers wishing to be part of the team will participate in practical conservation projects and are given induction and training on all conservation tasks undertaken, along with safety training and supervision.
This is ideal for University and Tafe students that want to learn skills that will help them get industry ready. It is also great for people who are passionate about the environment and want to do their bit.
What you need for the day • Wear long sleeve shirt and long pants • Wear closed in footwear • Bring water and food
National Police Certificate *.
Volunteers start at 9am and finish around 3pm or earlier if they have prior commitments. Once volunteers have signed up a monthly volunteer program will be emailed to them detailing what the job is, where and how long.Suitable for
- Centrelink Volunteers
- Groups of 10 or more
- Skilled Volunteers
- Work Experience
- Fundraising & Events
- Research, Policy & Analysis
- Writing & Editing
On site training will be provided for everyone that attends.