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In 2015, Conservation Volunteers Australia helped over 7,000 volunteers plant 210,000 trees, perform 2,860 environmental surveys, and clean up 156 tonnes of rubbish.

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Over 400 keen volunteers make a difference along Western Australia’s coast line

Since 2011, Woodside and Conservation Volunteers Australia have been working in partnership on the Coastal Guardians Program. Unique to Western Australia, the program provides essential assistance to community groups, land managers and government agencies in improving priority coastal areas that are under threat from urban development and degradation. Each year, the program engages hundreds of volunteers […]
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Continuing success for the Chevron Aboriginal Conservation Training Program in 2016

Chevron and Conservation Volunteers Australia have been working together since 2011. Two highly successful and innovative programs have been run that provided essential environmental and cultural assistance to the Perth region. The Chevron Aboriginal Conservation Training Program delivers field based training and qualifications to people of Aboriginal descent. The program offers employment pathways in conservation management in […]
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Business Clean Up Day Challenge is back in 2017

Conservation Volunteers Australia is once again hosting the annual Business Clean Up Day Challenge, part of the Clean Up Australia Day initiative. On Tuesday, 28 February, organisations around Australia will take part in the Clean Up Challenge at the key locations listed below. Teams will be challenged to clean up as much rubbish as they can […]
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Conservation Volunteers Welcomes The Understorey Network

Conservation Volunteers is pleased to announce we have taken over the management of The Understorey Network in Tasmania. This change in management has allowed us to enrich our programs and expand on the types of experiences we can offer our volunteers. The Understorey Network operates a community nursery that is open to volunteers once a week, […]
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Volunteer and Grow this Spring

Kathmandu Summit Club Members are encouraged to get outdoors and make a difference by joining Conservation Volunteers at our upcoming volunteer day. Kathmandu has partnered with Conservation Volunteers to provide a hands-on conservation activity to Summit Club members in Melbourne this November.  Kathmandu Summit Club members are invited to get together outside and make a difference volunteering at […]
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Bid on Sydney Airport’s Lost Property Auction and support Conservation Volunteers

Sydney Airport sees over 40 million passengers travel through its gates every year, and they leave behind some truly weird and wonderful things! These unclaimed gems will be auctioned off in the Sydney Airport Lost Property Auction, raising funds for Conservation Volunteers Australia along with three other charities. Lost Property Auction Details The online auction […]
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