A conversation with Wendy Rainbird – thirty years of environmental stewardship. Volunteer with: Farrer Ridge ParkCare Group, Waterwatch, International Council […]
OCSE talks ice cream, children’s parties and smelling koalas with Tony Cory. Volunteer with: ParkCare Visitor Assist, Waterwatch ‘How do […]
Forging a national park, researching rare reptiles, curating art shows, and forming their own publishing house – this multi-talented group […]
Martine Franco talks us through what she gets up to in her role at the Southern ACT Catchment Group, supporting […]
Ken Horsfall and Mike Sim talk to OCSE about keeping busy in retirement. Volunteers with: Isaacs Ridge Mount Mugga MuggaParkCare […]
Living close to two ecological gems within urban Canberra was the inspiration for Julia Raine to establish two local Landcare […]
Ian Falconer and his wife Mary welcome new faces to the Friends of Aranda Bushland, while they investigate changes in […]
One Sunday a month, volunteers get together at Holder Wetlands to remove invasive species, plant natives and improve the environment. […]
The Griffith Woodland Volunteer Group was established in March 2018 to protect and restore Griffith Woodland. A diverse group of […]
Gösta Lyngå has spent 30 of his 91 years caring for Cooleman Ridge and still heads out there every week. […]
Partnerships between volunteers and the Parks and Conservation Service (PCS) are at the heart of ParkCare. As one of the […]
Native grasslands have been decimated since European invasion, and this groups works tirelessly to protect what remains Volunteering type: environmental […]
The Farrer Ridge ParkCare group has been looking after Farrer Ridge Nature Reserve for over 30 years.
Cooleman Ridge ParkCare Group was established in May 1991 by a remarkable woman called Bess Sledge.
Orchid Society of Canberra volunteers are on a mission to find out how the ACT’s native orchids are faring in the aftermath of the 2020 bushfires.
Volunteers need to begin with a generosity of spirit and a willingness to undertake activities as an end in themselves.