Collect and load wood onto trailer in and around Macclesfield under guidance from group leader; unload trailer at biochar kiln site and assist with stacking wood and trimming wood to size to suit kilns.
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Found 11 volunteer opportunities with Environment & Conservation, in South Australia SA
Are you passionate about the environment? Would you enjoy working outdoors with like minded people? The Friends of Nangawooka promote the appreciation of Australian Native Flora and provide a pleasant, well-cared for public space to do so. You will need to be physically fit as tasks include: Maintaining and clearing paths in reserve, watering plants, planting new stock, pruning, assisting with fund-raising annually.
Inman River Catchment Landcare Group is looking for volunteers with an interest in environmental awareness to support their aim with the restoration of the Inman River Catchment and environmental education. Help is needed at the annual planting along the Inman Valley Catchment area as well as monitoring and eradication of weeds in the area. Participation at meetings to discuss and plan events and work toward the organisations aims and objectives is also a great opportunity to get involved.
Have you got an interest in conservation and the environment? South Coast Environment Centre (SCEC) are looking for volunteers in a new environment venture they are involved with partnering with Openlight Campsite. Volunteers are sought to join this new group to help care for the largest patch of remnant scrub in the Victor Harbor region. With more than 120 different species of native plants, Openlight Campsite is a special place that we would love your assistance to help protect.
Friends of Banksia Park Volunteers are required to show some tender loving care to park trees at Banksia Park in Normanville and assist with replanting.
Calling on team players who are enthusiastic about supporting sustainable living by exchanging food. The South Coast Environment Centre is looking for assistance once a month for a few hours with the Victor Vegie - Swap Market Steering Committee Assistance is required with setting up and packing away at the end of the vegie swap event
There are many reasons why it is important to preserve this unique environment. Sand dunes provide habitat for plants and animals that cannot survive in other areas. The dunes are held together by the roots of the plants and without the plants they would be blown away by the wind or washed away by the waves.
We are looking for volunteers who are able to assist on Kangaroo Island for recovery after the bushfires, and have skills in the following area: * Experienced/qualified tree feller/arborist * Level 2 or 3 chain sawing skills * Own equipment appreciated but not required
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.
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.
Are you an avid bird watcher, twitcher or enthusiast? Or just have a passion for numbers and volunteer led community groups? Why not join the BirdLife Tasmania. A regional group of BirdLife Australia, Australia’s oldest national conservation organisation. A voluntary community group committed to the conservation of Tasmania’s birds and their habitats through education, research, excursions, advocacy and partnerships.
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