We are seeking a bold and experienced Chairperson to take the Sports Environment Alliance (SEA) to the next phase on our journey in leading, sharing, learning, and acting to protect the places where we play and into our clean future.
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Found 28 volunteer opportunities with Environment & Conservation, in Victoria VIC
Geelong Sustainability (GS) is seeking a keen and experienced Bookkeeper, is that YOU? The important bookkeeper's role is keep the accounting records current on a fortnightly basis. The bookkeeper will support the Treasurer. From its origin in 2007, GS has built a reputation as a regional leader and change agent. We are led by passionate volunteers and we would love you to join us.
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.
Join the Climate Ready Maldon team and help people improve the comfort of their homes. Maldon Neighbourhood Centre is seeking people to undertake thermal assessments as part of the Climate Ready Maldon project. You don't need to be an expert, but it helps if you are enthusiastic about helping people and care about the environment.
Volunteers with an interest in the natural environment are needed as general hands, planting trees, weeding and monitoring natural wildlife at Koolunga Native Reserve in Ferntree Gully once a month.
We are looking for volunteers to help us to maintain the environment along our rail trail. We have working bees 2 or 3 times monthly in an outdoor team environment.
Calling for beginners and experienced gardener for general garden maintenance.
Castlemaine Farmers Market – The finest producers of the Mount Alexander Shire region, all in one place. On the first Sunday of every month (except January) 9 am to 1 pm in Forest Street, Castlemaine. We are seeking volunteers to assist us with setting up of stalls and other related tasks on the market days.
If you love being in the outdoors then you will love us! We are looking for volunteers who enjoy the great outdoors and want to use or develop their practical skills in conservation. We offer projects Monday to Friday every week that include a range of different experiences.
Lancefield Neighborhood House are looking for volunteers to be a part of our Accredited Farmers Market. Duties will be to help with setting up and cleaning away at the market. This will be for approximately 3 hours per month. The market runs on the 4th Saturday of the month 9am-1pm.
We are seeking a volunteer with a passion for gardening and appropriate skills to work in and maintain our community garden and vegetable beds. Knowledge of plant & vegetable requirements and maintenance is desired.
Join this active group of volunteers to improve and maintain this local area. You will feel part of a team and enjoy working outdoors to improve the local environment. This remnant bushland is a great place to be mindful and to listen to the variety of birds.
Take home a 'growing kit' of indigenous seeds and grow 350 little trees for replanting on Victorian farming properties. You are also welcome to assist with the replanting of trees. If you want to grow for the current season, you can register on the website and we will be in touch with you around August.
We are seeking volunteers to help 'save endangered native wildlife from extinction'. We focus on habit restoration types of activities, seed collection and seedling propagation etc.
Our volunteer will spend time with Wild Koalas and participate in a re-vegetation project (tree planting and weed removal) to create vital Koala habitat re-vegetation.
Enjoy coastal iconic environmental sites while assisting with practical conservation tasks, weeding, planting, mulching and rubbish removal.
Getting Here We encourage participants to travel by train wherever possible but please note that parking is available directly behind the Fuel servic
We’re looking for Education Officers to seek and onboard primary and secondary schools across Australia to our plastic waste reduction Education Program, as well as deliver educational workshops both in person and online.
We’re looking for an experienced grant researcher and writer to join our team. Grants are a vital resource that allow us to deliver our education programs across Australia so that we can change attitudes towards plastics within a generation. Single use plastics are wreaking havoc on our planet and now more than ever we feel it is imperative to empower people to change the way they view and use plastic, whilst inspiring others to do the same.
Get back into nature in Nillumbik once restrictions have been lifted. Many of our valuable open spaces across Nillumbik Shire require care and support in the form of tree planting, weeding and mulching, and we are aiming to build a team of volunteers that we can call upon to help, when it is safe to do so.
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