HOW WE WORK
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 Landcare communities are supported at every level by providing leadership, skills, resources and representation.
Most importantly, we want the Landcare movement to be recognised by Government, 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 generate revenue from diverse streams to support our member Landcare groups and provide financial support for vital projects that bring together farmers, landowners, conservationists and nature lovers at a local level to address local issues. We coordinate and facilitate the building of skills, capacity, strength, connections and partnerships at every level, from individual volunteers and groups to district networks and regional associations.
Landcare NSW works to support the community Landcare movement by partnering with State and Federal Governments, Corporates, not-for-profit organisations, farming peak bodies, and other Landcare state/ territory and national peak bodies.
Established in 2007, a history of Landcare NSW, Caring for Land and People can be accessed here.
NSW Landcarers will have the leadership, skills and resources to care for our land, environment and communities.
To support NSW Landcarers in caring for our land, environment and communities.
- Collaboration: working in groups and building partnerships.
- Non-party political representation.
- Flexibility, adaptability and innovation.
- Responsiveness to different needs and cultures.
- Clarity of purpose.
The Landcare NSW Council is made up of endorsed regional representatives from each region in NSW. Councillors act as the conduit between local Landcare Groups and Landcare NSW, ensuring that the work and strategic direction of Landcare NSW are aligned with the needs of the NSW Landcare community.
Landcare NSW works to support the community Landcare movement in NSW by partnering with State and Federal Governments, Corporates, not-for-profit organisations, farming peak bodies and other Landcare state/ territory and national peak bodies.
Landcare NSW is responsible for providing leadership, representing, supporting, strengthening, and growing NSW’s community Landcare movement. Landcare NSW’ continues to ensure that its governance and operations are fully compliant with legislative requirements and meet best practice.