North Coast Regional Landcare Network
Landcare on the North Coast takes a community-based approach to managing and protecting our natural resources – creating more productive and sustainable farms, conserving our environment, and building more cohesive and resilient communities. Landcare people come together with a common cause - to make a positive and lasting impact on the land.
The North Coast Regional Landcare Network (NCRLN) is an incorporated body which aims to:
- present a regional Landcare voice and perspective in communication with government and non-government agencies;
- provide support for member networks;
- communicate information and ideas amongst members;
- facilitate regional-scale Landcare projects.
With hundreds of community groups across the 11 Landcare Networks within the North Coast, there’s sure to be a Landcare group to join in your local area or you can get support to establish a group that will address your issues and priorities.
Landcare offices provide access to professional knowledge and expertise with a multitude of resources, fact sheets and other information available.
NCRLN networks support the community with training and community events and deliver a diverse range of projects to protect and enhance the natural environment.
Visit the Landcare Gateway site for contact details of the local networks, offices and groups across the North Coast.
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