The Landcare NSW Muster provides an opportunity to have your say and help shape the future work of Landcare NSW. It gives grassroots Landcarers the chance to voice issues of importance to them and their communities. The Landcare NSW Muster is also an opportunity to workshop, listen and learn from others across the state. This face to face learning opportunity is extremely valuable.
Since 2007 Landcare NSW has hosted a biennial Muster to gain feedback from grass-roots Landcarers about issues of importance to them and their communities. The NSW Landcare Muster is an opportunity for the diverse Landcare community to capture collective issues and consistent themes. The ‘many hands one voice’ outcome of the Muster guides the actions of Landcare NSW between Musters.
Previous Musters have been held in;
- 2007 – Tamworth
- 2008 – Queanbeyan
- 2009 – Port Macquarie
- 2011 – Parkes
- 2013 – Newcastle
- 2015 – Orange
- 2017 – Albury
- 2019 – Broken Hill
2017 Landcare NSW Muster – opening speech by Rob Dulhunty, Chair, at Albury October 2017
The 2017 Landcare Muster was held in Albury during the State Landcare Conference, 25-27 October 2017.
Speech of Rob Dulhunty, Chair Landcare NSW, at 2015 Muster
The 2015 Landcare Muster was held in Orange during the State Landcare Conference, 1-3 September 2015.
At the 2013 Muster, Landcarers identifed areas of importance for Landcare NSW to focus on. In November 2015 we produced this document to outline the ‘asks’ and indicate how we delivered on them.