MUSTERS

Musters

2022 LANDCARE NSW MUSTER UPDATE

The 2022 Landcare NSW Muster will still be happening… but it won’t be held in conjunction with the online NSW Landcare and LLS Conference. The Muster is an important event as it guides the future direction of Landcare NSW and will be held before the end of this financial year. Please bear with us as we plan for the best way to gather feedback from grassroots Landcarers about issues of importance to YOU and your Landcare communities.

In the meantime, please notifiy us of your upcoming events as we would love to come along and let us know if you have any ideas as to how we can capture collective issues and themes by emailing us at communication@landcarensw.org.au

Since 2007, Landcare NSW has hosted a biennial Muster to gather feedback from grassroots Landcarers about issues of importance to them and their Landcare communities.

The NSW Landcare Muster is an opportunity for the diverse Landcare community from across NSW to capture collective issues and consistent themes. The guiding ethos, ‘Many Hands, One Voice’, defines and guides the actions and outcomes of the Landcare NSW Muster and the future directions of the organisation and movement.

Previous Musters have been held in;

  • 2019 – Broken Hill (Western Landcare)
  • 2017 – Albury (Murray Landcare Collective)
  • 2015 – Orange (Central Tablelands Landcare)
  • 2013 – Newcastle (Hunter Regional Landcare Network)
  • 2011 – Parkes (Central West)
  • 2009 – Port Macquarie (Mid Coast 2 Tops)
  • 2008 – Queanbeyan (Highlands)
  • 2007 – Tamworth (Northern Tablelands)