Moggill Creek Catchment Group (MCCG) is looking for a volunteer website coordinator to join our team. So, if you have a passion for the environment a flair for working with Information Technology and would like to connect with a like-minded group of people in a well-established community conservation group, we’d love to hear from you!
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THRIVE Project is a social and environmental not-for-profit initiative of the worldwide Odyssey World/Providence Solutions group aimed at placing humankind back on the path to thrivable transformations. Operating in the field of sustainability, we have developed solutions and programs over the last two decades spanning several countries.
Co-ordinating the group requires planning activities and liaising with Brisbane City Council on the ongoing management of the Reserve, ensuring that tools, plants and other materials are ready to use on each working bee, keeping the workers happy (eg with morning tea!) and above all a desire to work alongside other lovers of the land in a common cause - making and keeping our environment a rich and diverse legacy for the future.
Come and join the team as we help to rehabilitate bushland surrounding the beautiful Daisy Hill Koala Centre!
Come and join the team at Rivermount College as we help to protect important habitat for wildlife! Adjacent to the beautiful Albert River - home to platypus, koalas and other endemic wildlife, this location is an ideal place to learn about conservation and habitat restoration.
CVA will improve environmental outcomes at this site by undertaking weed control, revegetation, marine debris clean-up and dune stabilisation. No prior experience is necessary, our friendly team leaders will teach you everything that you need to know on the day!
Join CVA and help us to restore and connect important koala habitat at this property by planting 10,000 native vegetation species to benefit koalas! We will be planting a mixture of koala food trees, habitat species and native understory species to prevent weeds such as lantana from establishing which inhibits koala movement between trees.
Help Conservation Volunteers restore Lucinda Lake on Fisherman Island. Situated near one of the largest mangrove ecosystems in Moreton Bay, seagrass meadows and migratory shorebird sites this project Lucinda Lake has important environmental values. On project day’s volunteers will help undertake targeted and focused eradication of weeds, planting of 1000 native grasses, participating in UQ’s Cane Toad Challenge by tadpole trapping and camera trapping to collect wildlife data.
Join CVA at Mt Stradbroke Nature Refuge and lend a helping hand in the removal of noxious weeds which grow quickly and produce dense thickets of foliage that smothers native trees and affects the functioning of the native ecosystem.
Working together with local council, CVA will improve environmental outcomes at this site by undertaking weed control and caring for previous CVA planting efforts. This is a fantastic opportunity to gain basic plant identification skills and to learn about habitat restoration processes from start to finish. No prior experience is necessary, our friendly team leaders will teach you everything that you need to know on the day!
Join CVA as we clean up Breakfast Creek to prevent harmful debris such as plastics and other litter from entering waterways which can then be consumed by or entangle marine life.
Join CVA and help us to collect marine debris and microplastics to record important scientific data for AUSMAP and Tangaroa Blue and prevent harmful materials from being consumed by/entangling our marine life.
President. To lead and re-invigorate the Catchment Group in their efforts to maintain and improve our local environment and community involvement. If you care about your local environment, can interact with people at all levels, have drive and enthusiasm, please contact us.
We can create a future where our forests are flourishing, our systems are just and our communities are thriving. But to do it, we need a movement of everyday people, demanding change now. That's why we're asking you to join the Climate Organising Fellowship.
Helping the CCWA to ensure the environmental assessment of the Burrup Hub development project is as robust, honest and fair as possible.
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