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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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QGC: a partnership which leaves tonnes to be thankful for

First partnering in 2011, Conservation Volunteers Australia and QGC have celebrated six successful years of partnership. With this partnership drawing to an end, Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) would like to highlight the achievements made under the Gladstone Harbour Catchment Care Program; a program aimed at engaging and supporting the community of Gladstone in protecting and enhancing […]
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Business Clean Up Day Challenge makes tonnes of difference

On February 28, organisations around Australia took part in our annual Business Clean Up Day Challenge, part of the Clean Up Australia Day initiative. This event challenged teams to clean up as much rubbish as they could in a two hour period, competing against each other to see who would be crowned the champion. Eighteen teams […]
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Conservation Volunteers and Sydney Airport launch the Congwong Beach Project

Each year Sydney Airport holds their Lost Property Auctions with funds being donated to a variety of local causes. Funds received from the most recent auction were donated to Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA), helping to support the rehabilitation of Congwong Beach, Sydney. On February 10th the first volunteer day was held and we officially launched the […]
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Students across WA give back to their community through the Rio Tinto Earth Assist program

The Rio Tinto Earth Assist program engages students in a state-wide program in nature based activities focused on practical conservation, environmental awareness and sustainability. It is run by Conservation Volunteers Australia in conjunction with the Department of Education, the Department of Parks and Wildlife and Rio Tinto. In 2016 the program had students complete marine […]
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The Boral Connected Communities Program supporting local schools and communities in 2017

Boral Ltd has been a supporter of Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) since 1988, celebrating 30 years of supporting local schools and communities. The current Connected Communities Program commenced in 2012 and has supported over 200 school environmental projects. The Connected Communities Program managed by CVA with Boral’s support, assist schools and communities to educate and […]
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Pernod Ricard Winemakers and Conservation Volunteers Australia partner up to support the local environment

Pernod Ricard Winemakers have signed up Conservation Volunteers Australia as a key environmental partner.   Pernod Ricard Winemakers is the Australian premium wine division of Pernod Ricard, the world’s co-leader in wine and spirits. ‘The work of the Conservation Volunteers is essential to securing a sustainable future, and our partnership with them enables our teams in Australia and […]
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