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Some of Conservation Volunteers Australia’s outstanding achievements in 2017 included planting almost 1,000,000 trees, carrying out 2,300 environmental surveys, and collecting over 1.4 tonnes of native seeds.

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Cudgen Tilapia Buster May 2018

Conservation Volunteers Australia, Tweed Shire Council and Department of Primary Industries are partnering for the Cudgen Tilapia Buster event with support from Frogley’s Offshore, Anglers Warehouse, Bunnings and Stone and Wood Brewery. When: Saturday May 12 Time: 9am – 3pm Where: 38 Cabarita Road, Bogangar   The event will be located at 38 Cabarita Road, Bogangar and […]
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World Curlew Day 21 April 2018

Over 70% of the world’s Far Eastern Curlews, the largest migratory shorebird, migrate to Australia’s shores every year and can be spotted around the north and eastern coasts from Darwin to Wollongong during the months from September to April. Far Eastern Curlews are listed as Critically Endangered in Australia. April 21 is World Curlew Day, […]
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Chevron Aboriginal Team Readies for Graduation

Our Chevron Aboriginal Conservation Training Program (CACTP) has been kicking goals on the latest project – commencing in February, the team has planted over 700 native stems, treated over 13,000 m2 invasive weeds and propagated over 500 plants. The CACTP is delivered by our Perth team in partnership with Chevron Australia. The program provides Aboriginal […]
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Curlew Conservation Project Update

Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) is leading the Community Conservation of the Far Eastern Curlew project, to help protect this critically endangered species. This is a 2-year project to be completed by 30 June 2019. Funds have been provided by the Australian Government through the Threatened Species Recovery Fund under the National Landcare Program. Far Eastern […]
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Adelaide Airport, Patawalonga Creek and Vernal Pools Community Restoration Project

Our Adelaide office has been working closely with Adelaide Airport for over 10 years. Our current partnership focuses on protecting and rehabilitating the Vernal Pools and Patawalonga Creek conservation zones – two of Adelaide’s unique environmental sites. Patawalonga Creek was once part of ‘the Reedbeds’, an expanse of wetlands that stretched over the Adelaide Plains. The creek […]
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Saving our Tasmanian Devil

These past few months, we have had our crews out working with the Save the Tasmanian Devil team, undertaking devil habitat improvements and camera trap monitoring on the Tasman Peninsula. The captive bred devil release site is located in southern Tasmania and is playing a vital role in providing a safe haven for facial tumour free […]
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