As all MUMC activities involve the outdoor environment it is up to us to look after it. Conservation trips involve a range of activities such as restoration of native vegetation, nestbox monitoring of native species and spotting of iconic australian fauna. 

Tree Planting
Photo: Emma Johnson

All conservation activities are a team effort, with volunteers from many organisations and walks of life joining together. Renowned for their great atmosphere, conservation trips are a fantastic opportunity to meet fellow environmentally minded people, plan new adventures and have a good time. This is while contributing to worthy causes and helping the environment. 


Photo credit: Don Teng

Does this sound like your thing? Would you like to know more about past MUMC conservation trips? Check out the Mountaineer. 

Upcoming Conservation Trips

G.R.O.U.T.I.S.H. 2.0

Tue 31 Jul - Tue 20 Nov 2018

Track Maintenance - McKillops Bridge

Sat 3 9:30am - Mon 26 Nov 2018

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Past Conservation Trips

Regent Honeyeater Project: Planting Weekend 7

Fri 7 5:00pm - Sun 9 Sep 2018 2:00pm

Regent Honeyeater Project: Planting Weekend 6

Fri 17 5:00pm - Sun 19 Aug 2018 2:00pm

Regent Honeyeater Project: Planting Weekend 5

Fri 3 5:00pm - Sun 5 Aug 2018 2:00pm

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