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Landcare Learning - The catch with cats -Feline Offenders

Please join us as we put a spotlight on the issue of feral, stray and roaming cats. What is the impact of cats on native species and local biodiversity? What are the options for control on rural properties and in our local neighborhoods?


Water Hub

TRLA, council and UNE partner to research water run-off


Clean up Australia Day

Join in to clean up along our beautiful peel river and take part in tree planting to Promote biodiversity with Tamworth Urban Landcare Group.

Plant propagation workshop

Plant propagation workshop

Learn from Paul Moxon our Nursery horticulturist and native species expert. he will show you how to grow native plants by cuttings. Morning Tea will be provided. Please wear sturdy shoes.
RSVP to nursery@trla.org.au.


Tree Planting Service

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


Native Plant ID Day

Grasses, forbs, herbs, weeds! Learn the names, nutritional value, growing periods, seasonal variation, toxicity of the plants in our pastures and what they tell us about the soil beneath.
These workshops will offer advice on how to build your own herbarium and the opportunity to collect specimens.


Free Koala Friendly Trees

Tamworth Regional Landcare Association’s Koala Committee are looking for up to 20 peri urban and rural property owners to receive between 20 and 80 Koala friendly trees for planting on their properties.


Small Grant EOI - Now OPEN

This years TRLA Small Grants round is now open 


Say no to Sox and Jox this Christmas!

If you have a dear relative who always buys you Sox and Jocks each and every year, why not suggest they Gift you a few trees on your behalf instead!
It’s a gift that lasts for generations and for just $20 - it will buy 4 trees in your name !

To Gift a Tree (or 4) this Christmas visit:


Welcome to our New Regional Agricultural Landcare Facilitator

We would like to introduce our newest addition to the TRLA team, Sarah Carter. Sarah is our new RALF taking over from Lana. 

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Christmas operating hours

TRLA will be closed from Friday 23 December until January 3, 2023.


Seed Collection Field Trip

Native seed collection field trip with Paul Moxon from TRLA Nursery

Location change for this Sunday's TULG Working Bee

Location change for this Sunday's TULG Working Bee

Due to the recent flooding we won't be meeting at the the Peel river, instead we will have a working bee at the Nursery at 300 Wallamore Road from 8.30am-12.30pm.


Propagation Workshop October 2022 was a huge success

The propagation workshop was a great success with nearly 30 attendees...


Critters & Constellations

Please join us for our AGM and an afternoon of critters and constellations. 

RSVP here https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/critters-and-constellation-tickets-453485195427


Regenerative Agriculture Field day at Timor

Local Land Services will be holding a Regenerative Agriculture Field day at Timor. To book contact Nikki Gilder - P: 0476 796 729E: nicola.gilder@lls.nsw.g

Get your tickets here Regenerative Agriculture Field Day Tickets, Thu, Oct 27, 2022 at 9:00 AM | Eventbrite


Pull your head in...

Discover stunning Bells Turtle habitat and on-farm biodiversity monitoring with Ecologist Phil Spark. 

For more information please contact Susan Wilson on 0400 590 776. 

Registration essential

https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/discover-a-stunning-bells-turtle-habitat-on-the-mcdonald-river-tickets-432393409327


Naxas Quartet

Upper Peel Landcare Group is thrilled to partner with Music in the Regions to bring Naxas Quartet to Nundle on Saturday November 5th, 2022. BYO drinks and snacks. Cheese plates for sale.

Book your tickets here https://events.humanitix.com/nexas-quartet-the-french-saxophone-nundle?fbclid=IwAR1sqanoX6FeE58XCOKVSluY-1Cbw9KE8cJkMtD1NHLdP2ugO5pB9WvRqZE