Welcome to our new Regional Agricultural Landcare Facilitator

Sarah has recently joined our team and we want you to get to know her a little better, here is a little message from her.

Greetings to all Landcare members,
My name is Sarah Carter. I have recently joined the TRLA team as the new Regional Agriculture Landcare Facilitator. I grew up on a mixed farm near Burren Junction, NSW, and then went on to study Applied Science in Conservation Technology in Lismore NSW. I was an active member of an urban Landcare group while in Lismore. I have lived in many places in this beautiful country, from Cape York, Central Australia, Blue Mountains, Sydney, and Gunnedah. I have worked in natural resource management, community development/engagement, and training, and worked closely with First Nations people and communities.

I started my interest in regenerative agriculture during the earlier part of Covid and am completing a Graduate Certificate at Southern Cross University.

In some ways, I wish this was around when I finished high school.

In my own time, I love gardening, growing food, bushwalks, cooking, and playing music. 

I look forward to meeting you in the field or at meetings/workshops.

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.