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Far East Victoria Landcare (FEVL) plays a unique and important role in supporting the sustainability and well-being of the communities in far east Victoria. By taking a whole of community approach, FEVL not only works to enhance the natural...

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8000 Plants One Weekend Gunns Creek 8000 Plants One Weekend Gunns Creek

If you joined Landcare because you want to improve our local environment and get involved in planting trees then we have an opportunity for you. We are looking for volunteers to help us get 8000 plants in the ground.

Mark and Shelly from Snowy River Black Garlic, in partnership with Far East Victoria Landcare, received a grant from the State Government's Victorian Landcare Grants or 8000 locally native plants. Their aim is to extend the wildlife corridor developed in 2000 as well as stabilize areas that are at risk of eroding in Gunns creek.

We are looking for helpers over the June long weekend if anyone is free.There will be plenty of free camping, a bonfire on Saturday night as well as dinner provided. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

671 Jarrahmond Road, Jarrahmond VIC, 3888 Australia · 2 group leaders · 2 months ago
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84a Nicholson St, Orbost, Victoria, Australia

Far East Victoria Landcare (FEVL) plays a unique and important role in supporting the sustainability and well-being of the communities in far east Victoria. By taking a whole of community approach, FEVL not only works to enhance the natural environment and sustainability of agriculture and land use, but also addresses issues affecting the the social capacity pof communities of the region. Formed in 2006, FEVL is a network comprising 6 Landcare groups in far east Gippsland. They encompass an area ranging from Nowa Nowa to just beyond the NSW border and from Goongerah in the north to the coast. FEVL is governed by a committee of representatives from each of the Landcare groups and is supported by a small team of staff based in Orbost.