TRLA Committee will continue to deliver a financially stable future for our groups and members and will be supported by TRLA employees to deliver best practice outcomes for Landcare in the Tamworth region. We will continue to build an inclusive Landcare community and will work to provide Landcare spaces that are accessible to all. Our work will support grass roots environmental conservation and foster the social and environmental health of our communities.

TRLA aims to grow the Landcare movement through participatory leadership, facilitation, strong local and regional partnerships, well supported on the ground works and an engaged membership.

Landcare in the Tamworth region will be innovative, vibrant and contemporary with a reputation for professionalism and quality.

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Member Survey

🌿 Hey TRLA Members! 🌿
We want to hear from YOU! Help us make a bigger impact in our community and our local environment. We've put together a quick survey to find out how we can serve you better. Whether it's learning about new subjects, getting involved as a volunteer, or sharing your awesome ideas – we want to know it all!
Click the link below to fill out the survey. Your feedback is crucial for us to grow and make a difference together. Let's keep our grassroots movement strong and thriving! 💚
Thank you for being a part of Tamworth Regional Landcare Association. Together, we can achieve so much more!

Casuarina Special

Massive sale of Casuarina crisata (belah/bilaarr) and Casuarina cunninghamiania (river oak), 5 plants for $5.00. Order them here
River oak:
or head to the nursery at 300 Wallamore Road TOMORROW from 9am-2pm. 

Have your say on pest animal management in the North West

The Regional Strategic Pest Animal Plans are now out for public consultation.

LLS is asking landholders and the community to give their feedback on the draft 2024-2028 North West Regional Strategic Pest Animal Management Plan. 

The plan will help us work together to identify, target and manage pest animals over the next 5 years. It will guide on-ground activities and programs to reduce the impact of pest animals on the environment, farming and productivity. 

Natural Capital Opportunities - On Farm (LLS event)

Join LLS to learn about measuring natural capital assets on your farm, and carbon and biodiversity opportunities to boost your bottom line.

Erosion Control Basics Workshop (LLS event)

Join North West Local Land Services in Somerton for a workshop on controlling erosion on your property.

Bogong moths in Willow Tree

On 15th April, 30 or so Bogong moths visited my house in Willow Tree – clustering at the kitchen and laundry windows. I’ve lived in the area for 15 years and have never seen these numbers before! 

Quick guide to winter proofing your house

For homeowners with older houses looking to reduce cold, improve heating, and lower energy costs, several practical measures can be taken. Enhance insulation by using heavy, lined curtains, installing pelmets, and sealing gaps in windows and doors with insulation strips or caulk. Address drafts around doors with door snakes and weather stripping. Seal unused fireplaces, old heaters, and fixed vents to prevent heat loss. Cover evaporative cooling units and use magnetic strips to seal them in winter. Fill gaps around pipes and joints with silicone sealant or expanding foam. Use rugs and carpets to insulate floors, and open blinds during the day to let in sunlight. Implementing these steps can significantly enhance warmth and energy efficiency in older homes.

Composted Soil Conditioner is available now

Composted Soil Conditioner is available for delivery and spreading in the Tamworth Region. The product is composted and matured over a minimum of 12 weeks and is monitored to ensure destruction of pathogens and weed seeds, and to build more stable forms carbon. Each batch is tested to ensure regulatory compliance. A laboratory analysis of the product is available on request.

Secondhand items wanted

Secondhand items wanted

We are looking for a few items to make our work a bit easier. So if you have a metal funnel or canning funnel, a cement mixer or an old laundry trough (as pictured) lying around, please give Ninna a call on 0431 242 589. 

Volunteers needed for our nursery

Volunteers needed for our nursery

Join our Landcare nursery's incredible volunteer team! We're seeking assistance with plant propagation, repotting, seed collecting and processing, and plant maintenance. Whether you're a seasoned green thumb or eager to learn, we welcome your enthusiasm and dedication. Join us on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9am to 1pm to get involved, or reach out via phone at 0425 337 475 or email us at Let's grow together!

Landcare Learning - Home Sweet Home - Energy efficiency 101

Join us for an enlightening session on energy efficiency! We're thrilled to welcome Noretta Terry, an esteemed guest speaker and passionate advocate for sustainable living, to share her invaluable insights. Whether you're a seasoned environmental enthusiast or just beginning your journey towards a greener lifestyle, this event is for you. Alongside Noretta, representatives from TRC will be on hand to address any questions you may have about optimizing energy usage in your home. Don't miss this opportunity to learn practical tips and strategies for reducing your carbon footprint while enhancing comfort and savings. Secure your seat now and be part of the movement towards a more energy-efficient future!

Lomandra hystrix clearance

Massive sale of Lomandra hystrix, 5 plants for $5.00. Order them here or head to the nursery at 300 Wallamore Road TOMORROW from 9am-2pm. 

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

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.