Our shared priorities ...
Build strong peer relationships.
Support community groups.
Deliver a program of ‘on-the-ground’ outcomes.
Stewardship of natural environment.
Facilitate programs that educate and inform.
Our priorities define our organisation, our commitment to our membership and, through them, to our stakeholder partners.
Join our community and make a difference.
Our Member Groups
Get Involved with a member group near you ...
Carwoola Landcare members represent a cross-section of the community, with some just enjoying life on a bush block, others trying an agricultural activity such as grapes, olives, alpacas, goats, sheep or cattle, but all sharing a common concern in caring for the land and preserving biodiversity as far as possible.
Dawson Street Gardens Volunteers
Dawson Street Gardens volunteer group, who transformed a barren patch of urban open space into a lush, thriving community space. These sorts of spaces are so common in the older suburbs of the Bush Capital - imagine transforming yours into something alive and beautiful.
Majura Valley Landcare
Majura Valley Landcare Group's vision for the Majura Valley is one which combines sustainable farming, local produce, the protection and further development of native woodlands and grasslands, a focus on eco tourism, while working in harmony with light industry such as the solar project.
Wandiyali Restoration Trust
Wandiyali Restoration Trust undertakes biodiversity restoration and resilience projects in critically endangered (CEEC) Box Gum Grassy Woodland and Natural Temperate Grasslands, as well as open forest, other woodland and riparian habitats. This work includes weed control and water management, small specific habitat plantings, landscape connectivity and Safe Havens, and (threatened) species translocations.