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Volunteer EOIs for the Seed Resilience Project (Landcare TAS)

  • 1.  Volunteer EOIs for the Seed Resilience Project (Landcare TAS)

    Posted 02-05-2023 08:49
    Edited by Emily Mason 02-05-2023 08:53

    If you're interested in getting involved in the Seed Resilience Project, Landcare Tasmania are currently seeking expressions of interests for involvement in a volunteer nursery in Huonville. 

    You'll not only be helping to preserve the unique plants of Tasmania, but you'll also be contributing to the health and resilience of our local environment!

    Get in touch with us at support@landcaretas.org.au

    Why is seed resilience important? Tasmania has a number of unique plant species that grow nowhere else in the world. Many of these plants are threatened by habitat loss, climate change and other factors. By collecting and propagating seeds, we can help to preserve these species and maintain the biodiversity of our local ecosystems.

    And it's not just about preserving rare or threatened species. Seed resilience is important for all plants, as it ensures that they can adapt to changing environmental conditions and continue to thrive. By collecting and propagating seeds from a variety of different plants, we can help to build resilience in our local ecosystems and ensure that they can withstand the challenges of the future.

    Read more about the work Landcare Tasmania do, just click here!

    For a taste tester of Landcare Tasmania, have a peek at these photos below...


    Emily Mason
    Sydney NSW