Posted by: Hendra Siry | 17 January, 2008

Green Corps Team Members

Be quick to secure your place as projects are filling fast.If you are aged between 17 and 20 years here is your chance to work on an exciting environmental and heritage project in Aldgate.

Project Name: ‘Restoring Bandicoot Habitat in the Central Hills’, South Australia

A Green Corps team working together with the Central Hills Green Web, Adelaide Hills Council and other relevant agencies, will link, expand and rehabilitate the bush land fragments to create a network of linked conservation areas on both private and public land which is on a large enough scale to restore ecosystem function to the Central Hills.

A Green Corps team will support the valuable works carried out by environment groups in their endeavour to protect and restore the environment.

– Propagation of local provenance species
– Habitat restoration linking biodiversity corridors through planting of local provenance species
– Trail restoration
– Erosion control
– Threat abatement control
– Fencing
– Bandicoot monitoring
– Water quality monitoring
– Photo point monitoring
– Raising awareness of Indigenous links to the area, through education and tours of Nildottie sites with Peramangk people

Green Corps is about making a difference to the environment, learning new skills and making new friends. Pick up points can be arranged.

Projects are full time for six months and give you work experience and accredited training in OH&S, Senior First Aid and Certificate I in Horticulture and YOU ALSO GET PAID WHILE YOU TRAIN.

Please contact Lexie on: 08-8110-4508 or email: LeitingerL@missionaustralia.com.au.   

Closing date: 29th January, 2008.


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