Join our team in a range of Landcare activities. Our work is highly visible – working in a National Park & other community areas as well as the occasional private property. Projects include: Assisting other Landcare teams. Removing a range of environmental & noxious weeds using hand, mechanical & chemical weed removal methods. Planting preparation, weeding, slashing & installing holes ready for planting days. Planting tubestock, watering in & installing plant guards. Small machine maintenance.
This volunteer role gives you the opportunity to be proud of the work you’ve completed, and how you have enhanced the environment for the broader community. Be a part of practical, hands-on positive environmental change! Maintain (and increase) your level of fitness and physical activity. Learn new skills in bush regeneration and revegetation techniques. Formal training (First Aid, Chem Qual, Tractor/Chainsaw operations etc) is available to regular volunteers. Meet new people, share knowledge and a cuppa. Sometimes there’s cake.
On-site training is provided to volunteers by the Volunteer Coordinator (10+ years’ experience in bush regeneration and native plant propagation). Training includes- WHS induction, Plant identification, weed removal, seed collection and propagation Formal training may be available to regular volunteers.
4 - 12 hours per week. Tuesday & Thursday regular. Other weekdays – ad hoc.