Beach Scrub Clean Up


Beach scrub is vegetation on coastal dunes comprising of trees to the height of 20m, semi-evergreen vine thickets, shrubs and a ground layer. Beach scrub is found in patches along the east coast of Australia and is recognised as important for stabilising sand dunes and protecting inland areas from storm surges.  This endangered vegetation has […]

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$5 million to tackle marine debris across the Great Barrier Reef

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Tangaroa Blue Foundation and Conservation Volunteers Australia are excited to announce that we have been engaged by the Australian Government to deliver a $5 million program of local actions to clean up and prevent litter from entering Great Barrier Reef waterways over the next five years. Tangaroa Blue Foundation is a leading not-for-profit organisation dedicated to […]

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Delivering Biodiversity Dividends to the Barratta Creek Catchment

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Delivering Biodiversity Dividends to the Barratta Creek Catchment was a four-year project, initiated by WetlandCare Australia and completed with Conservation Volunteers Australia through funding from the Australian Government. The project engaged multiple stakeholders to protect, manage and enhance the high ecological functional values of the Barratta Creek Catchment, an artery of the Bowling Green Bay […]

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