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Some of Conservation Volunteers Australia’s outstanding achievements in 2016 included planting over 1,000,000 trees, carrying out 5,000 environmental surveys, and collecting over 2 tonnes of native seeds.

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Students get down to earth in the Kimberley

The Rio Tinto Earth Assist program engages students in a state-wide program focused on practical conservation, environmental awareness and sustainability. The program is run by Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) in conjunction with the Department of Education, the Department of Parks and Wildlife and Rio Tinto. In May 2017, Rio Tinto Earth Assist visited the Kimberley on a regional tour, visiting schools in […]
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A Tree Planting Frenzy In Celebration Of World Environment Day

We’re excited to report that this years Corporate Tree Planting Challenge, in celebration of World Environment Day, was a huge success with more locations, more teams and more impact than ever before! Held on Friday the 2nd June, it was a tree planting frenzy of 46 teams participating across Australia and another 10 teams will participate in New Zealand […]
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Nestle Nature’s Classrooms Program connecting hundreds of students to their environment

Nestle Blacktown and Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) joined forces in 2016 to run the Nestle Nature’s Classrooms Program. The program was designed to connect the Blacktown facility in Sydney to its local community through supporting local schools in establishing green learning spaces. With the support of Nestle, CVA has assisted schools in delivering projects that […]
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Melbourne Airport supporting Victoria’s most endangered marsupial

Melbourne Airport’s Healthy Habitats program has been running since 2013, supporting the recovery of the endangered Eastern Barred Bandicoot. This project forms part of our national wildlife conservation program, Wild Futures. The program is located at Woodlands Historic Park (right next door to the airport), where a predator proof fence has been installed by volunteers […]
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Calling all Kathmandu Summit Club Members (in Adelaide) to help Mother Earth on Mother’s Day

Kathmandu Summit Club Members have the opportunity to get outdoors and make a difference by joining Conservation Volunteers at our upcoming volunteer day at Patawalonga Creek, Adelaide on Sunday 14 May. Look after Mother Earth, whilst also sharing the day with your mum on Mother’s Day! You will also enjoy a morning tea on the […]
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Landcare Super Saturday in Newcastle

The Tom Farrell Institute, Lake Macquarie Landcare and Conservation Volunteers Australia invite you to a FREE Landcare Super Saturday session on Saturday May 13. Take an exciting walk discovering fungi, tour the wetlands to learn about riparian restoration and take a tour of the herbarium. Community members and volunteers of all ages and experience are invited […]
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