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Book a Bio·R Corporate Planting Day in 2024

Are you a South Australian business/corporate looking to engage in a positive and rewarding volunteer planting day in June/July 2024?

The 2024 Bio·R Planting Festival is an annual event where hundreds of volunteers come together to reconstruct habitat for biodiversity. This year, our goal is to plant 48,000 native seedlings, such as trees, shrubs, ground covers and grasses, across an area of 24 hectares.

While our community planting days are held on weekends (8-9, 15-16 & 22-23 June), we also offer businesses big and small the opportunity to participate in volunteer days for their staff.

Available dates

The following dates are currently available, however if there is another date that is better suited for you, please contact us to discuss.

  • Tuesday 11th June
  • Wednesday 12th June
  • Thursday 13th June
  • Friday 14th June
  • Monday 17th June
  • Tuesday 18th June
  • Wednesday 19th June
  • Thursday 20th June
  • Tuesday 9th July (school holidays)
  • Wednesday 10th July (school holidays)
  • Thursday 11th July (school holidays)

About Bio·R

Bio·R is a South Australian-based grassroots charity that generates funds, knowledge and practical skills to reconstruct habitats for native wildlife in degraded landscapes.

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Long-term habitat reconstruction goals

  • 100ha per annum by 2032
  • 1000ha per annum by 2045

Other ways you can contribute

  • In-kind provision
  • Fund our monitoring programs and critical research
  • Fund graduate research programs in habitat restoration
  • Fund our planting programs
  • Assist with land acquisition
  • Fund our perimeter fencing
  • Sponsoring school excursions

Contact

Please email social@bior.org.au if you are interested in discussing opportunities to participate.

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