Do you want to start a new project?Enhance an existing inititative?Take on a community leadership role?Strengthen your networks?If you answered yes, then our Local Leaders Course is for you!This is an opportunity to collaborate and deepen skills to lead, build long-term networksand develop problem-solving skills. This leadership course builds community, rural,industry and government leadership capacity, with resilience and sustainability. The course will run for nine days in total (3 x three-day residential sessions), involvingworkshops and project work. Experienced facilitators Global…
This program builds on the Local Landcare Coordinator Initiative, a number of previous Landcare Support Programs and regional Landcare investment made through National Landcare Program and Catchment Action over the last four years and beyond.
To meet your legal obligations, you should be keeping safety records for each working bee or field day that your group takes part in. HRLN has developed a WHS Risk assessment form and Daily diary with WHS checklist for your group to download and use.
Dungog Common Landcare Group (DCLG) operates under the auspices of the Dungog Common Recreation Reserve Manager (DCRRM) or what we call 'theTrust'. Our workdays are spent caring for 260 hectares (600 acres) of Crown land on the northwest edge of the Township of Dungog.