This project will focus on environmental issue of rubbish pollution, and to educate the local community about marine debris from large rubbish to microplastics.
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This project will focus on the environmental issue of rubbish pollution in urban creek/rivers; plastics and other rubbish are pollutants that make it into our waterways and impact the health of an aquatic ecosystem.
Parafield Airport hosts the last known array of vernal pools within the Adelaide metro area. What are vernal pools? They are temporary pools of water that provide habitat for distinctive plants and animals.
Join us to help care for a unique area in Adelaide! Patawalonga Creek was once a diverse watercourse running through the Adelaide plains which has now been contained in many places through the suburbs in concrete canals. There is, however, one part that you can still see some of the original Adelaide Plains creekside where now remains a significant remnant of the Swamp Paperbark plant community.
Be part of an organisation that promotes the creation of sustainable built environments for the benefit of both people and the environment. As the Social Media and Engagement Specialist (SMES), you will be responsible for making our voice heard - loudly and widely! If you are looking to develop your career in Social Media and Engagement, this is a great opportunity to get some runs on the board.
We need people who can work in a dynamic team and have fun while removing graffiti from private and commercial properties in the council area. Training and support are provided.
The National Parks and Wildlife Service is looking for multiple Volunteers to work along side the District Field Officers and Works Rangers. Their main role will be to assist with the maintenance and presentation of the Public Facilities and Picnic Grounds in the parks and reserves in the Northern Lofty Ranges. Being part of this team is a very satisfying and enjoyable experience knowing that you are serving the South Australian community and creating positive experiences.
Being a bushcarer is a rewarding and practical way to help your local environment. Bushcare is about encouraging natural regeneration by removing isolated weeds that compete with native plants for space, food and water. Immerse yourself in serene bushland settings and know that you are creating healthy habitats for wildlife and natural places we can all enjoy.
This project is located in Port Adelaide ( Lefevre Peninsula, Garden Island and Beaches) and has been made possible through the support of Flinders Ports. The program will provide the opportunity for the community to become proactive in marine debris awareness, while monitoring and raising awareness about the issue at a focussed local level.The project will help to educate community that debris has a dramatic impact on the local marine environment.
Our Bush For Life program has opportunities for individuals, or groups to volunteer in the local environment, on a once-off or ongoing basis on more than 300 established Bush For Life sites around South Australia in the Adelaide area, Mount Lofty Ranges, mid-North, Fleurieu Peninsula and across to Murray Bridge.
If you want to ensure we have enough FISH FOR EVERYONE IN THE FUTURE, then you are the ideal candidate to become a Fishcare Volunteer. The Fishcare program has operated since 1994. It is run by the Department of Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) and currently has over 60 volunteers across the state. Volunteers help educate the fishing community, the next generation of fishers and the general public on fishing rules and regulations and why these are so important in ensuring we have a
Hooded Plovers are small coastal shorebirds. Listed as vulnerable nationally, there are less than 800 of these birds in South Australia with only 22 breeding pairs found on the Fleurieu Peninsula. There are multiple ways that you can assist to protect these birds. Fleurieu Hoodie Helpers are needed to monitor a given pair of birds on a particular beach and report sightings of bird behaviour.
Do you have an interest in looking after the environment? Would you like to be a Volunteer Grower to raise native seedlings for Trees For Life? A volunteer grower raises native seedlings in their backyard over summer from seed until they are ready for planting. You will be assigned a specific growing order and will receive a full set of instructions and materials to propagate native seedlings.
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