Our Outreach Team is responsible for organising, recruiting for, and running Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) community phone calling parties at the ACF. At these call parties, the outreach team will recruit a larger pool of volunteers to take campaign action with ACF, as well as establish and deepen personal connections with new and old ACF supporters.
Found 40 volunteer opportunities with Environment & Conservation, in MELBOURNE%20CITY
We are looking for someone with writing/journalism background to source and write articles ( 500 - 1000 words) on topics relevant to sustainable gardening with a particular focus on native Australian/indigenous foods. These could be based on interviewing experts in the area (e.g. horticulturalists, chefs)
Help Sustainable Gardening Australia (SGA) seek sponsorship funds from organisations/businesses which share our values and goals. SGA provides education and information to home and community gardeners to reduce environmental impacts and promote biodiversity. The task involves contacting potential sponsors by phone/email to explore options.
We are looking for friendly and skilled garden volunteers for our CNLC community garden and compost hub.
Volunteer in the Natural World – Doing what you do best! Want to help the local environment but in a different way? Let us know. We’d love to hear from you.
Do you enjoy light work in the outdoors and have an interest in nature? Come and join our Food Forest. Working bees are informal but informative gardening sessions which may include harvesting, planning and tending to the plants - planting, watering, weeding, pruning, mulching, and harvesting again. We have conversations about plants and cooking them. Come armed with gardening gloves, a hat and a drink and your tools of choice. All welcome.
This eco-friendly Community Group is inviting young people aged 15-25 years to join the EcoCentre's Alive Outside program to help protect the biodiversity of our local environment.
A great opportunity to volunteer outdoors, while helping with a range of conservation activities with a long-term goal of a re-established indigenous grassy woodland area.
A great opportunity to volunteer outdoors, while helping with a range of conservation activities including weed removal, native plantings, rubbish removal and wildlife surveys.
We are looking for someone one day /week to assist in our B2C Community IT social enterprise. You will maintain our social media platforms for the organisation incuding our website, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook accounts ensuring topical and timely content is posted We provide work experience opportunities for people with disabilities so an ability to act as a mentor may also be required
Participate in conservation activities, e.g. tree planting, weed removal.
The Orangutan Project (TOP) is a dynamic, fast-growing and successful not-for-profit organisation that fights for orangutan conservation by securing land and rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing ex-captive orangutans. Our activities have positive flow-on effects that protect other endangered species such as the Sumatran tiger, elephant and rhino, as well as indigenous communities in the remaining rainforest of Borneo and Sumatra.
Garden volunteers play a vital role in the maintenance of the Convent’s gardens so they will survive and thrive for generations to come. The Abbotsford Convent’s 6.8 hectares offer a place of retreat in inner Melbourne for our entire community, 365 days a year. The gardens and grounds are an integral part of what makes the Convent so unique.
This eco-friendly Community Group is seeking garden volunteers to supplement an existing garden team.
Community Ecocentre is offering an opportunity for groups of up to 25 looking for an enjoyable outdoor environmental corporate volunteering opportunity.
Learn how to repair and maintain bicycles, under the guidance of experienced volunteer mechanics, in a workshop situated in the scenic CERES Environmental park. Be a part of the Bike Shed’s vision to promote a cycling culture in the community.
Establishing and assisting with maintaining vegetable beds and watering systems within a community garden.
Volunteers are needed to participate in monthly working bees: planting, handweeding, general maintenance, exchanging knowledge of local flora/fauna.
Environmental maintenance of Karingal Yalloc. Recognition of weeds and indigenous plants.
Volunteer and learn skills in native tree planting, identifying and controlling introduced weeds, exclusion fencing, walking track maintenance.
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