Landcare is a uniquely Australian partnership between the community, government and business to do something practical about protecting and repairing our environment. More than 4,000 volunteer community Landcare groups are tackling land degradation in every corner of Australia.
Eurobodalla Landcare consists of 30 active groups with approximately 300 volunteers involved in a variety of activities from South Durras to Tilba including weed control, protecting waterways, fencing, erosion control, planting native vegetation, encouraging mammal conservation through the use of nesting boxes and protecting the local native birds by eliminating Indian Mynas.
Through Landcare, our community learns about natural resources, whilst getting involved in a wide range of activities including on ground works, research, monitoring, planning, education and community awareness. Eurobodalla Landcare groups develop and implement local solutions to local problems.
Volunteering for Landcare is easy, fun and a great way to give back to your community while shaping the future direction of the environment in which you live.
Landcare programs across the whole of the Eurobodalla landscape include natural resource projects such as Bushcare, Coastcare, Dunecare, Rivercare and other relevant ‘care’ projects.
If you would like more information about how to get involved with your local Landcare group, please contact Peter Gow on 02 4475 1001.