Conservation Volunteers Australia
From Uluru to the tropical rainforests of north Queensland and the world heritage areas in Tasmania, Conservation Volunteers undertakes vital practical conservation projects. Recruiting and managing teams of volunteers from Australia, New Zealand and around the world Conservation Volunteers engages over 12,000 volunteers annually.
In the 2011/12 financial year, Conservation Volunteers planted close to 800,000 trees, maintained just over 203,000 metres of walking track and collected over 99,000 kgs of rubbish. Support like yours will mean that more vital work like this is carried out and ultimately, more practical steps are taken to conserve the environment we live in.
Loss of biodiversity is one of the biggest environmental threats that the planet is experiencing, and one that is being compounded by climate change. Every dollar you donate means that we can plant more native trees – creating important native habitats and assisting forest rejuvenation.