Nestle Nature’s Classrooms Program connecting hundreds of students to their environment

Nestle Natures Classroom Program CVA

Nestle Blacktown and Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) joined forces in 2016 to run the Nestle Nature’s Classrooms Program. The program was designed to connect the Blacktown facility in Sydney to its local community through supporting local schools in establishing green learning spaces. With the support of Nestle, CVA has assisted schools in delivering projects that […]

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Melbourne Airport supporting Victoria’s most endangered marsupial

Eastern Barred Bandicoot, Woodlands Historic Park

Melbourne Airport’s Healthy Habitats program has been running since 2013, supporting the recovery of the endangered Eastern Barred Bandicoot. This project forms part of our national wildlife conservation program, Wild Futures. The program is located at Woodlands Historic Park (right next door to the airport), where a predator proof fence has been installed by volunteers […]

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The Count Down Is On – Registrations for our Tree Planting Challenge Closing Soon!

World Environment Day Tree Planting Challenge

Today marks one month until our annual World Environment Day Tree Planting Challenge kicks off around Australia and New Zealand! Don’t miss your chance to secure a spot at the start line with registrations closing soon! So gather your workmates together, invite other divisions in your workplace, challenge your interstate branches or extend the invitation to […]

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QGC: a partnership which leaves tonnes to be thankful for

Gladstone Harbour Catchment Care Program volunteers.

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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Conservation Volunteers and Sydney Airport launch the Congwong Beach Project

Sydney Airport CEO Kerrie Mather and CVA Chairman Gerry Morvell join volunteers to unveil the project signage

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

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

Cake celebrating the Boral Ltd Connected Communities Program

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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