Thu, 15 Sept|
Spring Plains Nature Conservation Res
Biolinks Alliance Volunteering Opportunities
Be part of a bold scientific project designed to repair a 138Ha micro-catchment of Box Ironbark forest.
Time & Location
15 Sept 2022, 9:00 am AEST – 15 Oct 2022, 9:00 am AEDT
Spring Plains Nature Conservation Res, Victoria, Australia
About the event
This opportunity will expand the range of monitoring activities within the Spring Plains Watershed Repair project. Your involvement will help us to understand what impact our work will have on ecosystems and allow us to refine this process.
The suite of volunteer management activities below will help us understand the state of the ecosystem in its current form and ongoing monitoring will help us in understanding what impact our actions have over the years and decades to come.
The second purpose for this program is to increase community involvement with citizen science. People of all ages have an opportunity to participate in the program and the dates have been set to accommodate school holiday events. We also want to put Heathcote on the map for conservation, and the community's involvement is key to achieving this.
For any questions please contact Cameron O’Mara on 0467 489 479