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Biodiversity Month Working Bees

In Knox we have an active and enthusiastic community of environmental volunteers dedicated to preserving our beautiful, natural local environment.

Photograph of woman trimming tree in bushland

September is Biodiversity Month and we encourage you to celebrate and give back to your community by joining one of the following local environmental groups at their latest working bee:

At the working bees you will:

  • Revegetate degraded bushland by planting indigenous species
  • Observe and record local wildlife, supporting local citizen science projects
  • Help restore animal habitats
  • Help reduce the impact of invasive species by removing non-native plants
  • Support your local community volunteer group

Please see our events page for more details.

About Biodiversity Month 2022

Find Biodiversity Month 2022 Events

For further information please email the Biodiversity Team on or call 9298 8000.

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