The Molonglo Catchment Group works largely in NSW and covers the catchments of the Molonglo and Queanbeyan Rivers, Jerrabomberra Creek and the urban areas of inner Canberra and Queanbeyan.
The Ginninderra Catchment Group works in the urban areas of Belconnen, West Belconnen, Hall, Gunghalin, and the rural areas and nature reserves of the Ginninderra Creek catchment.
The Southern ACT Catchment Group operates in the southern areas of the ACT covering Woden, Weston Creek, Tuggeranong, Tharwa, Tidbinbilla, the Cotter Road, Namadgi National Park and related rural areas.
Volunteering A CAPITAL Experience EXPO is your opportunity to find out what volunteering opportunities are available here in Canberra.
With over 50 organisations showcasing their volunteering programs and current vacancies it is a great place to find a volunteering position for you.
Task: to remove Billardiera heterophylla (Sollya, Bluebell creeper), Acacia baileyana (Cootamundra wattle) and other weeds in the ANBG perimeter area on Black Mountain. We shall be walking to the site of several of the weeds. Delicious Morning Tea at 10.00am.
Meet: At the junction of Clunies Ross Street and Black Mountain Drive.
The ACT Parks and Conservation Service invite all ParkCare and Landcare volunteers to attend the ParkCare and Landcare Christmas Party.
The event is an opportunity for volunteers to network and socialise and share the stories of all of their hard work during the year.
Co-hosted by the Friends of Mulligan's Flat the event is also a chance to learn more about the Mulligan's Flat Reserve.
R.E.G.E.N Inc is a not for profit organisation dedicated to raising environmental understanding and consciousness in the community by combining environmental education and restoration works with music and cultural entertainment. The main focus being our annual tree planting enviro festival - Regrowth Festival. So far R.E.G.E.N has been responsible for planting over 59,000 trees at our events.
The Regrowth Festival will take place at Wee Jasper over the weekend of 28 Feb – 3 March and will encompass 4 days of music, art, performance, workshops, cinema, markets, healing and of course tree planting!
3 diverse stages of music will showcase a wide range of international, interstate and local artists including a massive line up of bands, live electronic acts and DJs. Stay tuned for some exciting 1st round artist announcements coming soon!
The 2013 ACT Landcare Award Recipients announced Thursday 5 September
Junior Landcare Team Award
Indigenous Land Management Award
Where to get local provenance native plants and seeds in the K2C region?
K2C is very excited to announce it has produced this terrific resource. For years we have been asked where does one get local native (indigenous) plant material from. Until now there has been no easy answer. This question also arose during the rolling out of our Monaro Landscape Connectivity project.