Landcare in the ACT Region is a thriving space and exciting. From land holders working together to sustainably manage their farms to stewardship groups improving ACT Government land. From community groups monitoring conservation efforts to families planting trees. There is a path for everyone to connect to Landcare.
The ACT Region Landcare Gateway is a community partnership aiming to help communities connect to conservation. The website is managed by the Regional Agricultural Landcare Facilitator Initiative with funding from the National Landcare Program.
The Regional Agricultural Landcare Facilitator, Aboriginal NRM Facilitator, NRM Facilitator, Urban Landcare Coordinator and a dedicated ParkCare Volunteer Programs Team sit within the Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate of the ACT Government and support specific streams of Landcare across the region.
The Ginninderra Catchment Group, Molonglo Catchment Group and Southern ACT Catchment Group are community groups that aim to improve and maintain environmental health in their respective geographic areas.
Landcare ACT is the peak body for community Landcare groups in the ACT Region.
Many other individuals and groups make up the rich green tapestry that is Landcare in the ACT region. Diverse Regional Networks and Support Organisations exist to help landcarers achieve their goals.
Explore the ACT Region Landcare Gateway and connect with conservation today!
This project is supported by ACT NRM, through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program and the ACT Government.