People just like you are joining Landcare

Our local association 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.

Tamworth Landcare Nursery

North West Landcarers


Sustainable Agriculture

funding support

Did you know (TRLA) run an Annual Small Grants program for Landcare activities connected to the Tamworth region.

Volunteer Landcare and Grassroots Community groups can apply up to $2,500 for activities that meet an objective of TRLA’s strategic plan with eight successful projects being awarded funds from across the region.


Our members often say that when you become part of Landcare, you’re not just joining a group, you’re becoming part of a family. The concept is so compatible with Australian culture it’s hard not to get involved! By becoming a TRLA member, you’ll be supporting our work, learning new skills, becoming part of the solution, and helping to make a difference for the future.


together we can make a difference

farmers and landholders
tree planting service

Ideal erosion control and riparian rehabilitation, dam plantings and tree corridors.

  • Improve shade and decrease wind in paddocks
  • Increased pollinators and predatory insects to improve crop yield
  • Our plants are grown from seeds collected from local endemic species which survive the local climate and provide native habitat to local fauna
  • Tax deductible* capital improvement on farm
  • Over 55 years’ experience and knowledge in native tree planting in the North West.

$13 per tree including tree guards & labour. Minimum of 24 trees.
Book your tree planting service with Peter:
*Pending tax circumstance


Latest News

River Restoration Project in Woolomin

River Restoration Project in Woolomin

Woolomin Public School, in conjunction with Tamworth Regional Landcare Association, are looking for volunteers to help with the removal of weed species along the river at Woolomin Reserve. If you are available on the date below to assist with this removal, please contact the school as morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea will be provided to helpers. What to bring: a water bottle, gloves, hat, sunscreen. Whilst tools are supplied, please bring chainsaw or rakes if you have them. Loads of woodchip will be available to those who bring a trailer on the day. Date: Sunday, 18th of June 2023 Time: Anytime from 9:30am Where: Woolomin Reserve

Weedy Garden Compost Workshop

Learn how to make compost and Compashi (soil bacteria) with Mr Weedy himself. 

Northwest Benchmarking Soil Project Field Day

Join us for an exciting field day exploring the joint journey of a group of eight local farmers to broaden their understanding of soil fertility on their properties.The day will cover the results of their projects, what this means for the health and productivity of their farms, practical measures they are taking toward increasing soil health, and project learnings.

Down the Carrot Hole - Movie Screening

During lockdown of March 2020, award winning Master Photographer David Trood was stuck at home like most people. On a piece of land far away from any town, and even further from a city, David used his time to realise a dream that he has had since childhood. A garden full of food! A dream to be able to eat whatever he wanted, whenever he wanted… just like a gorilla.

New England & North West Landcare Adventure 2023

We are pleased to invite you to join us for the upcoming Landcare Conference! This event will explore the latest innovations, strategies, and best practices in landcare and conservation. We will have a variety of experts giving engaging presentations, offering interactive workshops, and engaging in meaningful dialogue. This is an excellent opportunity to learn from and collaborate with like-minded individuals and organizations as we strive to care for and protect our land and its resources. We hope to see you there!

NE & NW Landcare Awards Nominations Now Open

These awards are your chance to recognise an outstanding person or group within the New England or North West region who is working to conserve our natural environment and/or sustainable, regenerate farming systems. Let them know their work is appreciated and values.