GOVERNANCE

Landcare NSW is responsible for providing leadership, representing, supporting, strengthening and growing the community Landcare movement in NSW to improve the health of our natural and working landscapes. Our structures, activities and operations meet legal requirements, have probity, are transparent and accountable. Landcare NSW strives to meet best practice in everything it does.

REPRESENTATION

 

With over 60,000 active Landcarers in NSW, Landcare NSW acts as the conduit between local Landcare communities and key decision makers, working to ensure that local communities are supported at every level by providing leadership, skills, resources and representation.

We want Landcare in NSW to be recognised by Governments, Corporates, Philanthropy and the general community as the most effective, impactful and influential ‘go-to-vehicle’ for the management of our land, environment and communities in rural and urban areas.

We are building the capacity of Landcare NSW and its member Landcare groups into a compelling, influential, financially sustainable and agile Landcare movement in NSW that continually delivers positive impacts and value to funders, partners and ultimately our land, environment and communities through efficiencies, effectiveness and innovation.

Everything we do is for the betterment and the benefit of our members. We continuously reinforce our member-centric approach by delivering member value, support, representation and by driving growth in membership and engagement.

CONSTITUTION

The constitution of Landcare NSW incorporated herein is in accordance with Schedule 1 of the Associations Incorporation Act 2009, and the Associations Regulation 2016.

 

 

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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Landcare NSW holds an AGM every November. Each Landcare NSW region has an elected representative sit on the Landcare NSW Council. These members are elected from their regional representative group.

 

 

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COUNCIL

Landcare NSW strategic direction is guided by the endorsed regional representatives from each Landcare region in NSW. Councillors are responsible for ensuring the views of groups in their region are represented faithfully at the state level and they share information gathered at Council meetings to their region.
 

COUNCIL