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Recruiting and Engaging Volunteers

 

Our first National Landcare Conference webinar took place on Thursday, October 1st.

From the Community Partnerships in Action conference stream, Kim Boswell talked through her method of volunteer recruitment that has been used to recruit thousands of Landcare volunteers in Victoria.

She also discussed utilising volunteers in a post-Covid world, and provided attendees with FREE access to one of her online volunteer recruitment courses.

You can view the webinar recording below.