Our office is based at the Hunter Wetlands Centre, 1 Wetlands Place, Shortland NSW, 2307.

Henrietta Mooney

Henrietta Mooney

Regional Landcare Coordinator - All of the Hunter Region

Developing regional planning, managing and creating Landcare programs

Work days Mon, Wed
0418 399 281
regionalhunterlandcare@gmail.com

Stacy Mail

Stacy Mail

Local Landcare Coordinator - Lower and Mid-Hunter

Lake Macquarie, Newcastle, Port Stephens, Dungog, Cessnock, Maitland.
Working with Landcare groups, private landowners, councils and networks

Work days Mon, Tue, Wed
0429 444 305
lowerhunterlandcare@gmail.com

Paul Melehan

Paul Melehan

Local Landcare Coordinator - Upper Hunter

Upper Hunter, Muswellbrook, Singleton.
Working with Landcare groups, private landowners, councils and networks

Work days Mon, Tue, Wed
0408 499 838
upperhunterlandcare@gmail.com

Postal Address

Hunter Region Landcare Network Inc.
1 Wetlands Place, Shortland NSW 2307

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🦊 Expression of Interest - February Workshop 🦊18th - 19th February 2022 in the Congewai/Wollombi area.Vertebrate pest Trapping workshop 2-day hands-on course primarily learning how to set and bed traps. Agenda includes:- Monitoring & identification of wild dog signs- Equipment preparation & storage of traps- Trap sight selection- minimise non-target species- Trap setting and tuning- And more!🦊 Express interest and more info - hunterlandcare.org.au/event/vertebrate-pest-trapping-workshop/🦊 What workshops would you be interested in for next year? Let us know in the comments below! ... See MoreSee Less
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🌿🤎 Happy World Soil Day 🤎🌿World Soil Day (WSD) is held annually on 5 December as a means to focus attention on the importance of healthy soil and to advocate for the sustainable management of soil resources.🤎Family activity free download - www.fao.org/3/cb7681en/cb7681en.pdf🤎More info - hunterlandcare.org.au/event/world-soil-day/ ... See MoreSee Less
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🦊 Special Fauna Feature Edition: Red Fox 🦊The red fox, brought to Australia by Europeans in the 1850s, is an ongoing and serious pest problem due to their impact on native animals and livestock......HRLN is undertaking a post-fire recovery project in Congewai Valley to improve habitat and biodiversity for threatened species including the Regent honeyeater, Spotted tail quoll, Platypus, Koala and Brush-tailed rock wallaby...Read the full article - hunterlandcare.org.au/special-fauna-feature-edition-red-fox/Subscribe to our monthly Newsletter - hunterlandcare.org.au/news/signup-for-news-and-events/Know someone with a 🦊 problem? Tag them in the comment blow! ... See MoreSee Less
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