I’d like to volunteer, where do I start?
You can volunteer in lots of different ways, we will help you find the way that fits you. Email us at email@example.com
with your name and contact details and a little information about how you’d like to participate, we will give you a call and help connect
you to a group or project that will suit your lifestyle and goals.
I’d like to start a Landcare Group, what do I need to do?
Starting a Landcare Group is easier than you think and our role is to support you to do so. Before you do, check out our site, there may
already be a group that aligns with your goals that you can join. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with
your name and contact details and a little information about the types of projects you’d like to undertake. We will help however we can to
support Landcare projects in our region.
I am looking for advice on planting trees on my property?
Here at Tamworth Regional Landcare Association we are all about supporting community projects and seeing plants in the ground and planting the right species in the right place is integral to success.
Our nursery team can help you select appropriate species for your backyard, farm or regeneration project. The Nursery team are producing an array of over 100 plants for growing in our region. These plants are grown from locally collected and propagated seed and are a variety of native and endemic species.
Find out more about our nursery here.
The North West Local Land Services have staff dedicated to supporting landholders with natural resource management and planning on their
property. You can find out more here: northwest.lls.nsw.gov.au
We are hosting an approved Landcare event, what do we need?
COVID19 SAFE PLAN
Where is your office?
At this time, we don’t have an office. Our staff and volunteers work remotely and from home. We are contactable through email and phone and are always happy to come to you or meet for a coffee and a yarn.
Our mailing address is:
Tamworth Regional Landcare Association
PO Box 7118 NEMSC
Tamworth NSW 2348
- Sustainable North West
- Landcare NSW Gateway
- Landcare NSW
- Office of Environment and Heritage
- North West Local Land Services
- Tamworth Regional Council
- NSW Environment Protection Authority
- NSW Environmental Defenders Office
- National Parks Association of NSW
- Clean Up Australia Day
- National Tree Day
- Grassy White Box Woodlands Conservation Management Networks
- Australian Association of Bush Regenerators
Resource List for Producers
Thinking of Getting Into Carbon Farming?
Resources to Support Landholders in Making Informed Decisions
Thinking of Doing Things Differently? Resources to Help You Stay Productive in a Changing Climate
Plant list for Farm Dams, Rivers and Creeks in North West NSW
2022 Carbon Conference provides wealth of information for landholders from across the country
Taking a Look at Landcare – Bubbogullion 100 Landcare Group
Dung Beetle Observations at ‘Naours’ Somerton
Taking a Look at Landcare – Yarrie Lake Landcare Group
Ecological Outcome Verification
Green Triangle Group Cuppa Chat
Beef Up Your Mycorrhizal Fungi
Converting Tropical Pastures Back to Native Pastures
The Rhizophagy Cycle – How plants eat?
Producer Spotlight – Mike Lomax
Producer Spotlight – Scott McCalman
Producer Spotlight – Nigel and Sue Smith
Not So Cool – The Impact of Coolatai Grass on Bushland in
North West NSW
Case Study: Rethinking
Farming Practices for a Better Future