The 2019 Landcare NSW Muster in Broken Hill a great success

Over 200 Landcarers from across New South Wales attended the 2019 Landcare NSW Muster in Broken Hill this week where the 2019 NSW Landcare and Local Land Services Conference is being held.

Held on the first day of the conference, the Muster provides an opportunity for grassroots Landcarers to get involved, help shape the future of Landcare in NSW and discuss collective issues and consistent themes across our diverse community.

“We would like to say a big thank you to the dedicated and passionate Landcarers who attended and contributed to this year’s Landcare Muster,” said Landcare NSW Chair Stephanie Cameron.

“We received some excellent input from the event and the Landcare NSW team are now in the process of putting together a formal report and actions to ensure the work of Landcare NSW is directed by its members and the grassroots Landcare community it serves.”

As part of the Muster, Landcare NSW presented information on it’s achievements against the areas of importance identified at the 2017 Muster in Albury for Landcare NSW to focus on. The 2019 You Asked, We Delivered Report was produced to outline the ‘asks’ and indicate how Landcare NSW has delivered on them.

The Landcare NSW Muster is held every two years as part of the NSW Landcare and Local Land Services Conference. 

Hosted by Western Landcare and Western Local Land Services, the 2019 conference covers issues such as environmental and agricultural stewardship, partnership development and building the future of Landcare in NSW.


2019 You Asked, We Delivered Report