Are you concerned about the environment?

Do you want to do your bit to preserve our natural environment for coming generations?

 

Let’s face it: Our fragile environment is under pressure from today’s fast paced, all-consuming way of life. In the middle of all this, a group of people just like you are working to help maintain the balance, by becoming involved, and thinking about their actions every day and what impact they have. People just like you are joining Landcare. The Tamworth Regional Landcare Association (TRLA) is a community of ordinary people, who are working together to maintain the health of our local environment, and make a real difference to the future of our planet.

 

About Us

Are you concerned about the environment? Do you want to do your bit to preserve our natural environment for coming generations?
Let’s face it: Our fragile environment is under pressure from today’s fast paced, all-consuming way of life. In the middle of all this, a group of people just like you are working to help maintain the balance, by becoming involved, and thinking about their actions every day and what impact they have. People just like you are joining Landcare. The Tamworth Regional Landcare Association (TRLA) is a community of ordinary people, who are working together to maintain the health of our local environment, and make a real difference to the future of our planet.

Landcare is a uniquely Australian partnership between community, government and business working to protect and repair our natural resources. There are around 6,000 Landcare volunteers doing their part across Australia. The Tamworth Regional Landcare Association (TRLA) is the peak Landcare association in our region, and includes the Peel River and adjacent catchment areas. We work to support local Landcare groups with on-the-ground works for biodiversity restoration and conservation as well as promoting education, communication and sustainability.

Find out more

 

You can help

There are many ways to get involved with TRLA. You can become a member, volunteer your time, or become a financial supporter. TRLA achieves great things with donations from corporations and individuals. If you really can’t give time, consider making a cash donation. Even small, regular donations can make a great big difference for our work.

Make a donation

 

NLP Grant Funding Opportunities

Applications are now being sought for the National Landcare Investment Program that focuses on building a stronger region by partnering with industry and the community.

 

Investment is available for projects that align with the following Strategic Objectives; improving ecosystems, sutainable farming, capacity building or improving threatened ecological communities or species (see guidelines).

 

Funding is limited to $30,000 per project for incorporated groups with well established governance and a track record of carrying out successful projects and $5000 for other recognised not for profit groups.

Please see the guidelines and the application form here.

 

To discuss potential projects please contact Felicity Steel on 0407 845 515 or at felicity@trla.org.au 

APPLICATIONS CLOSE FRIDAY MAY 27TH 2016

Strategic Direction

TRLA has a Strategic Plan for 2015 - 2018. Find it here.

Latest News

TRLA is a group committed to doing something practical to protect and restore our region’s environment. Take a look at what we’ve been doing lately, or what’s coming up!