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“Landcare is for everyone.”
What is Landcare?
A grassroots movement, supported by all three levels of government and the private sector.
People working together in a catchment to combat soil erosion, pests & diseases, loss of habitat for local flora & fauna.
Communities coming together to care for our environment.
People working together to return the bushland, creeks, wetlands or beach to the wondrous place they remember from their childhood.
Community building. It creates friendships, nurtures your soul and keeps you fit, it helps develop your sense of place, provides opportunities for you to make a difference and its fun.
Who are community Landcarers?
As the name suggests, “Community Landcare” is all about local communities coming together to address local natural resource management issues.
Community Landcarers come from all walks of life. All ages can participate; from preschoolers to senior citizens!
Some Landcarers are:
Weeders & Planters
“All are welcome on a Landcare site.”
Already involved in Landcare?
Here’s what we have on offer.
“We are Landcare.”
Find out where your local group is and join now.
News & Events
Read the latest news from the Hunter Region Landcare Network and come along to local Landcare event.
Find out about local and national funding opportunities open to Landcare and environmental groups.
Our resource section is a library of helpful information including bird guides, plant identification and much more.