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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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Chevron continues to contribute to conservation

Chevron and Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) have continued to partner on exciting projects during 2017, including the Chevron Aboriginal Conservation Training Program (CACTP). In September we welcomed our new CACTP team – Robert, Sean, Alexis, Belinda and Talia! The team has been busy learning and volunteering on key conservation projects in the Perth Metro area. […]
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Congratulations to the winner of our 2017 Go Wild Photo Prize

Go Wild Photo Prize Winner – Robert Nylander Congratulations to one of Conservation Volunteers Australia’s (CVA) long standing volunteers, Robert Nylander, who has won the national Go Wild Photo Prize for 2017! The winning photo taken by Robert is of a ‘Magnificent Blue Wren’, taken in the John Graham Reserve, Coogee. As part of our national […]
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Tabcorp put their skills to the test in a hackday for CVA

Whilst a ‘hackday’ to Conservation Volunteers would most likely relate to a day of removing invasive weeds or trees with gardening tools, the recent hackday with Tabcorp was something of a different kind! On Thursday 22nd September, five teams from Tabcorp, a long standing supporter of Conservation Volunteers, held a “hackday”; a design sprint-like event in which teams of developers collaborate intensively on technology initiatives with […]
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Volunteering in Karijini National Park

When you think of volunteering with Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) do rugged gorges and freshwater pools come to mind? Well that’s what 12 lucky volunteers from Perth got to experience on an exciting adventure earlier this year! Made possible by Mitsui Iron Ore Development Pty Ltd (MIOD), CVA provided the Department of Biodiversity Conservation and […]
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Meet Minjae

Minjae Baek travelled from her home in Seoul to Australia to spend 4-weeks volunteering with Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA). At the time, she was 22 years old, in her 3rd year of an Environmental Education degree at the Korean National University of Education. What made her choose to volunteer with CVA and how did she […]
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Swift Parrot

The Swift Parrot (Lathamus discolour) is the fastest parrot in the world, but is on a rapid path to extinction. There are only approximatley 2000 Swift Parrots left in the wild and if improvements are not made now to their foraging and breeding habitats they could be extinct within 3 generations – that’s just 16 […]
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