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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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Green Gym – Newcastle

Current Newcastle Projects To apply for a weekly session on a Newcastle Green Gym program, please submit an application by selecting your preferred project below. It is only necessary to submit one application to participate in a Green Gym project. If you would like to speak to someone regarding a Green Gym project before applying, please contact your local […]
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California Exchange Program 2018

Join Our 6-week California Exchange Program in 2018 Conservation Volunteers Australia has been exchanging teams with the California Conservation Corps (CCC) for 29 years.  This program offers you the opportunity to volunteer alongside the world’s oldest conservation corps on a range of practical projects that take place in urban, regional or remote areas. The California Conservation […]
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Adelaide Airport supporting the restoration of unique habitat at Patawalonga Creek

Did you know there is a unique habitat in West Torrens that contains the last remaining example of the type of vegetation that was found across the Adelaide Plains before European settlement? Patawalonga Creek was once part of ‘the Reedbeds’, an expanse of wetlands that stretched from Glenelg to the Port Adelaide River and as […]
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Latrobe Valley students launch a new garden

On Tuesday 31st October, Latrobe Valley Flexible Learning Option in partnership with Latrobe City Council, and VicHealth officially launched their new urban garden as part of the Green Valley Gardens initiative. Latrobe Valley Flexible Learning Option provides an alternative education option for disengaged youth in the Latrobe Valley. This ‘urban agriculture’ project aims to build positive, constructive […]
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Conservation Volunteers Australia and Sydney Airport deliver the final day of a three-year project at Kurnell

Thursday November 2nd signified the final day of the Sydney Airport Kamay Botany Bay Regeneration Project at Kurnell, which engaged volunteers in contributing to valuable cultural and environmental projects throughout Kamay Botany Bay National Park. The area supports a number of threatened species and is also historically significant as the landing spot of the first […]
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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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