Become a Friend of Strickland State Forest on the NSW Central Coast. As a volunteer you have the opportunity to work outdoors, learn new skills and contribute to the education, recreation and conservation values of this unique forest. We are also a social group – a place to meet new people and an excellent environment for secondary and tertiary students to gain valuable work-experience.
We are always on the lookout for active new members.
The Friends of Strickland group works on a range of projects, including:
- constructing a network of walking tracks for other community members to explore this forest environment;
- carrying out natural area restoration to enable rare and threatened plants, animals and plant communities to outcompete noxious and environmental weed species;
- stamping out illegal activities such as rubbish dumping and vandalism in the forest, and making the forest a clean and safe place to visit.
On the day
All equipment and supervision is provided. Volunteers should wear long trousers, long sleeves and sturdy shoes. Please bring a water bottle. Morning tea is provided. All volunteers are inducted into the program at their first session and are informed of Forestry Corporation Volunteer Policy and Safety Management System requirements.
When and where
The Friends of Strickland newsletter outlines the current projects, dates and meeting points. To request a copy of the newsletter or for further information about volunteering, email email@example.com or phone 9872 0107.