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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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Latest News

Over 20,000 trees planted in celebration of World Environment Day

On June 5, Conservation Volunteers celebrated World Environment Day with our annual Corporate Tree Planting Challenge. The event has gained more interest every year, and our 5th year was no exception! The competition was fierce, with 56 teams competing to plant the greatest amount of native grasses, shrubs and trees as they could within a two-hour period. We’re excited […]
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Revive Our Wetlands Annual Report

Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) re-launched Revive Our Wetlands (ROW) on World Wetlands Day, 2 February 2017.  In 2017-18, CVA teams engaged the community in 719 project days of community conservation at 55 wetland sites in 36 locations around the country. The Revive Our Wetlands program is making great progress towards our 2020 Targets in the fields of […]
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750+ Pernod Ricard employees do their bit for the environment

On June 7 around 750 employees from Pernod Ricard partnered with Conservation Volunteers across the country, volunteering their time as part of their global initiative Responsib’ALL Day.  Pernod Ricard’s 8th Responsib’ALL Day saw 18,500 employees worldwide engage in over 100 local community projects to show their commitment and contribution to society. Bruno Rain, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer […]
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Wetland Care Education Program Update

In 2016 CVA launched the Victorian Wetland Care Education Program in collaboration with ExxonMobil. The program includes resources for teachers and students to explore their local wetlands and find out how they can contribute and make a positive difference to their local environment. In 2018 the program has been refreshed and is being delivered to […]
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Cudgen Tilapia Buster 2018

Conservation Volunteers Australia successfully hosted the first ever Cudgen Tilapia Buster Event on Saturday 12th May. The perfect Autumn weather attracted many participants and curious onlookers and a great day was had by all.  Ninety nine people registered and participated on the day resulting in forty six Tilapia caught, totalling 58.51kgs. Prizes up for grabs […]
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Happy, Healthy and Green: Community Action in Conservation

On Sunday the 20th of May, volunteers lined the foreshore of Dicky Beach to undertake a marine debris survey in celebration of National Volunteer Week, an activity made possible under the Happy, Healthy and Green initiative. Sponsored by Stockland under the 2017 Stockland Aura Community Grants Program, ‘Happy Healthy and Green’ is a free, nature-based, […]
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