We have over 700 volunteers working to regenerate and preserve our beautiful bushland and care for community land in
Ku-ring-gai. Volunteers include individuals, families, community and corporate groups of all skill levels and experience.
Visit the What’s On Calendar to register for events including National Tree Day, Bushcare Training, Plant ID workshops and more.
Find your local Bushcare/Parkcare/Streetcare group below
For more information please contact the Environmental Volunteering Programs Officer on 9424 0811 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click the link below to register for any of our volunteer programs.
Bushcare volunteers meet regularly, usually once a month for 2-3 hours. Council provides equipment and on-site support, including hands-on training, Work Health & Safety information, weeding techniques, plant ID and site management. The Ku-ring-gai Bushcare Association (KBA) committee meets once a month to discuss key issues.
Parkcare volunteers work on local parkland and foster community stewardship of these areas. Volunteers assist with planting, weeding, minor landscaping works and the placement of wildlife nesting boxes.
Streetcare builds on what is already happening informally as many residents maintain street verges. A great way to improve your streetscape and enhance community spirit. Join an existing group or start your own.
Environmental volunteering provides an opportunity to develop staff skills, build teams and support important conservation work. The day can be arranged to suit your company’s time and budget requirements. No experience required.
Find out more about growing your own food and socializing with like-minded people at our two community gardens in Turramurra and West Pymble. Both are looking for new members of all ages and backgrounds.
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