We are looking for event volunteers for our Eco Fest 2020. This is a free and exciting community event being held at Hyde Park, in Perth, organised by the Conservation Council of WA. The Eco Fest brings a celebration of sustainability to the heart of the city and offers something for all the family. We will need volunteers to help run the event throughout the day, in different shifts, starting from 7am until 5pm.
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We have a variety of roles available, centering around biodiversity protection on campus- you don’t have to be a Murdoch University student to make a difference! MU’s campus is over 270ha, with about 40ha managed for biodiversity conservation. Join us in a range of hands- on, field based projects or join the MERG Committee. We encourage members of the community of all walks of life to get involved.
Are you available every now and then to attend clean up events? Would you like to join our database for irregular clean up events? Put your hand up and bask in the sun while doing your bit for your local swamp. You will be instrumental in participating in makeovers for the area to transform Emu Swamp into a beautiful, local wildlife oasis. We have plants to sow, weeding to do and rubbish to clean. Tools and gloves supplied.
In 2020 it is our goal to restore this section of the dune system by removing the invasive species which now dominate and revegetating the area with native coastal species to encourage regrowth of native habitat. This is a big job and we need your help to make this happen!
The foreshore areas of the City of South Perth are adjacent to the Swan and Canning Rivers and are important ecological corridors aiding the movement of fauna from inland reserves to and from the river system. South Perth contains the most extensive wetlands in the lower reaches of the Swan and Canning Rivers, with foreshore vegetation that is not found anywhere else along these rivers. The area provides habitat for over 74 species of land and water birds, including 14 significant bird species,
Did you know that the home range of a wombat is just under 25ha? Or that Powerful Owls require up to 4,000ha of high-quality habitat per breeding pair? These numbers are large, much larger than we might imagine are needed for some our native wildlife to survive and thrive. Our Green Links projects address this need by extending, reconnecting and recreating large areas of bushland habitat for a range of animals – and for plants too, that need places for their seed to spread and establish.
Conservation volunteers will be assisting the Northern Coastcare groups to regenerate these coastal environments with the planting of local plants, tree guarding, hand weeding, green stock maintenance and general site maintenance.
Leighton Beach is a critical coastal ecosystem for native reptiles and birdlife in the Fremantle area. Unfortunately, over the past few years this ecosystem has become severely degraded due to wind erosion and heavy pedestrian foot traffic through the dune system.
Greenbatch is run by a group of dedicated and passionate volunteers. Joining the Greenbatch crew is a great way to meet like minded people and to take positive action towards bettering our environment. There are lots of ways to get involved, with opportunities for people of many different skill sets and availabilities.
Do you love working outside in a relaxed bushland setting, assisting in the propagation and rearing of native plants to put back into our environment. We need your help with propagation of seedlings, sowing, thinning out, weeding, grading and assembling orders.
Contribute to enhancement of environment in any way possible (weeding, planting, rubbish collection).
Environmental Field Workers required to help maintain bushland at Wireless Hill Park in Booragoon.
Wirambi Landcare is Western Australian not-for-profit organisation focused on increasing the awareness of our unique wildlife. Much of the work we do is out in the field weeding, planting and monitoring. We have three sites in the City of Melville which are Blue Gum Lake, Booragoon Lake and Quenda Wetland where we assist the council’s bushcrew and the friends of group in caring for these reserves.
Wildcare helpline adviser volunteers respond to telephone inquiries from members of the public who have found sick or injured wildlife. They provide advice and refer callers to a further network of specialised volunteers who rehabilitate these animals so they can be released back into the wild.
Trillion Trees’ mission is to grow trees and restore our environment. We hold several community plantings each year, and these planting sites need to be managed over the hot summer months to assist the survival of the seedlings. Tasks associated with this include weeding, watering and monitoring of the planning sites. This is a great opportunity to help the environment. If you have an interest in this or relevant experience, we would love to hear from you.
If you love engaging with people we'd love for you to help us maintain our membership database and keep in contact with members. Join us and you'll learn heaps about sustainable energy and how we are creating a 100% sustainable energy in WA. You'll get to mingle with politicians plus experts in the field of sustainable energy.
Do you love monitoring the news? We need you to develop a list of news contacts (TV, radio, print etc) and be involved with our official spokesperson to frame up press releases to quickly respond to any misconception or inaccuracies. We are currently undergoing re-branding to keep up with the fast, positive change in public perception about sustainable energy. Your role will significantly help us catapult to the next level. Help us to have 100% sustainable energy in WA!
The Friends of Booragoon and Blue Gum Lakes, is involved in revegetation at the lakes. We meet on a monthly basis to weed around the plants we’ve planted in past years, and we also schedule planting days at both lakes
Hands-on feeding and cleaning of birds, some mammals and a few reptiles (mainly lizards) in the hospital and enclosures.
"Darling Range Wildlife Shelters Maintenance and Improvement Team requires a volunteer to support them with mowing and keeping pens and common areas clear and useable. Lawn mower and whipper snipper provided."
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