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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

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

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

Prpagation Workshop

Prpagation Workshop

Sunday October 23, 2022 at 8.30am - 12.30pm - 300 Wallamore Road.

Learn from Paul Moxon our Nursery horticulturist and native species expert. He will show you how to sow native seed and take cuttings, Morning Tea will be provided. Please wear sturdy shoes.


Funding opportunity

Projects of up to $25K are being sought (this is NOT limited to formal Landcare groups but rather Landcarers).

Applications for this this Landcare Farming Program Expression of Interest will close on Monday 24th of October. 

Save the date for the AGM

Save the date for the AGM

This years AGM will be held on November 19. More information to come soon

Seen a koala recently in the North West? Let LLS know

North West Local Land Services would like to hear from anyone in the North West slopes region (Barraba to Wallabadah) who has seen a koala in the past three years.

EOI for the Small Grants Program Closing Soon

EOI for the Small Grants Program will be ending on September 30. So if you haven't already submitted your EOI please do it as soon as possible. 

Native Vegetation Identification

Learn more about the plants in our pastures and the soils beneath.

When: Saturday 8th October 2022
Where: 58 Koorooya Road, Somerton 2340 NSW
Time: 9.00am - 1.00pm

Small Grants Program now open

We are excited to announce that this years round of our small grants program is now open. Volunteer Landcare, Grassroots Community groups and organisations can apply for up to $2,500 for activities that meet an objective of TRLA’s strategic plan. Applications close on September 30, 2022 with successful applicants being announced on November 19th.

Carbon Forum 2022

Carbon Forum 2022

'Let's Talk About Soil Carbon'. Over two days in Narrabri and Tamworth, 125 landholders from across the North West had the privilege of hearing from innovator, leader, pioneer and change-maker Dr Terry McCosker from RCS and CarbonLink. It was inspiring, challenging but most of all motivating. Along with the science, we also heard about opportunities for carbon projects from CarbonLink, Climate Friendly and South Pole. A big thank you to all our wonderful speakers and to everyone who attended. Proudly supported by Tamworth Regional Landcare Association and Northern Slopes Landcare Association Inc.

Landcare Learning

We would like to invite you to our next Landcare Learning Session on Tuesday September 20 at 6pm. Venue is McCulloch Agencies on corner of Kable Avenue and Brisbane Street. We look forward to seeing you there. 

Northwest Carbon Forums

Learn about carbon sequestration and accessing carbon markets on 8th September Crossing Theatre Narrabri and 9th September Powerhouse Hotel Tamworth.
Northwest Landcare through funding from the State and Federal Governments are thrilled to host world leading soil carbon sequestration expert Dr Terry McCosker, to share his knowledge with local landholders on the latest research and information on sustainable soil practices.

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