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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Sing, Fly, Soar - Like a Bird! 🦩May 8th is the World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) this year! The birds have already flown from Aussie shores as you can tell it’s gotten a little chilly 🥶Although we don’t have any events coming up soon we thought it would be good to raise awareness now about the message they share 👏🏼 (We’ll have some workshops and events when they return in October 🙌🏼)“Migratory birds connect us with their unique songs and flights, and remind us of the importance of working together, across borders, to protect them.” -We think they are a prime example of coming together to protect the environments we all love because - although we often discount their importance, our local environment is more globally vital than we think! 🌏So as you're sipping your coffee, typing away, or planting some tube stock, think of these great travelers - they might be flying over you right now 🌈 Photo by Hunter Wetlands National Park.#worldmigratorybirdday #WMBD2021 #singflysoar #likeabird #fornature #hunter #landcare #environment #protection ... See MoreSee Less
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