OzGREEN programs connect youth with communities to become leaders of innovative sustainable social change

Bodhi Cambray

  • donated 2018-10-21 14:20:07 +1100


    Help support OzGREEN's work towards the recovery of the Bellinger River Snapping Turtle and spreading the message for this Critically Endangered species

    Funds raised go towards education programs, research projects and on-ground action.

    We have just 5 years to turn the health of the river around for breeding of the next generation.

    Keep-A-Cup - $35 

    (includes postage to anywhere in Australia)


    T-Shirts - $35 

    (includes postage to anywhere in Australia)



    • Tee, size medium, colour navy - qty 7
    • Tee, size small, colour navy - qty 2
    • Tee, size 7-8 years, colour navy - qty 6
    • Tee, size 3-4 years, colour light blue - qty 3
    • Tee, size 5-6 years, colour white - qty 2
    • Tee, size 9-10 years, colour navy - qty 4
    • Tee, size 11-12 years, colour navy - qty 2
    • Baby suit, size 6-12 months, colour light blue - qty 2
    • Baby suit, size 3-6 months, colour light blue - qty 2
    • Baby suit, size 12-18 months, colour white - qty 1

  • wants to volunteer 2018-08-23 11:57:25 +1000

    Volunteer With Us


    We are currently seeking Roving Volunteers and Holler Volunteers...

    Roving Volunteers

    Each month, more than 20 volunteer citizen scientists test across 22 sites along the Bellinger and Kalang rivers. Our roving volunteers are an invaluable part of the program. 

    Roving volunteers support the testing at core sites and step in if our water testing volunteers are ill or away. Also, if one of our volunteers move, or their commitments change, we fill these positions from our roving volunteers, who are fully trained, thus, we have no down-time when vacancies arise. 

    Being a Roving Volunteers involves being called upon as needed. Water testing is conducted on the second Tuesday and Wednesday of each month and roving volunteers are given site information and kit pick-up location information with as much notice as possible. 

    We estimate that roving volunteers might be called upon once every two or three months to test and recommend allowing 4 hours for testing, including travel time.

    Roving volunteers are trained in basic water quality testing by OzGREEN Co-Founder and CEO, Sue Lennox, and are supported by our Bellingen Riverwatch Program Coordinator, Amy Denshire. Volunteers also get to take part in fun educational workshops and events (e.g. bird spotting, aquatic plant identification, water bug blitzes etc.).

    It usually requires about two or three training sessions before volunteers feel comfortable to conduct testing on their own. Please download the latest version of the Volunteer Manual here (draft version) if you would like to read up on the training prior to get a feel for what's involved. 

    "I’ve loved sharing the information learnt with my children, and watching them learn, asking questions, and playing an active part in it." - Skye, Volunteer


    Holler Volunteers

    We are currently building a worldwide base of Holler Volunteers, who will help us get the word out about the plight of the turtle and help build support for this innovative citizen science project. Holler volunteers may be interested in volunteering to distribute flyers/posters, attend market stalls, collect donations, talk to prospective sponsors or assist with social media. 


    Register Your Interest

    Register your interest below if you are interested in joining our team of volunteers. Bellingen Riverwatch Coordinator, Amy Denshire will be in contact shortly. If you have any questions in the meantime, please contact Amy on 0490 068 685

    Become a volunteer

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