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Regional Landcare Support

Regional Landcare Support Project

The Regional Landcare Support Project is a Victorian State funded project.  Project staff work in conjunction with the Catchment Coordinators, Regional Landcare Facilitator and other North East Catchment Management Authority (CMA) staff to support Landcare across North East Victoria. The North East Landcare Support Plan describes how the North East CMA will support Landcare and Natural Resource Management (NRM) Community Groups.

Landcare and (NRM) Community Groups work tirelessly across the region to achieve positive outcomes on both public and private land. Landcare is a major contributor to the achievement of our Regional Catchment Strategy outcomes.  With the provision of grant opportunities, resources and staff the Regional Landcare Support Project is able to increase the potential outcomes these amazing volunteers are achieving in North East Victoria.

Each year the North East CMA collate a Regional Landcare Report Card. The report card provides a summary of the community and environmental achievements of Landcare and related community groups across the region.

To find a Landcare Group, Network or NRM Community Group as well as their activities and events in the region, please visit Landcare Vic. If no contact details are listed for the group you are interested in, please fill in the form on the Contact Us page and indicate your locality.

If you wish to speak with a team member please contact us:

Phone:   1300 216 513
Email:     necma@necma.vic.gov.au


Cascades Connections forum at Wangaratta

2 May 2022

Yorta Yorta Dja Dja Wurrung man Damien Saunders, together with Ian Minns and Kelvin Berry from Wangaratta Landcare & Sustainability welcomed delegates on Wednesday to Mullinmur Billabongs to kick off the annual Cascades Connections Landcare Facilitator and Project Officer event.

40 Landcare support staff enjoyed the two-day event is organised by North East CMANorth Central CMAGoulburn Broken CMA and Corangamite Catchment Management Authority and drew participants from across all four regions.

Discussions centred around local riparian restoration and education, peer-to-peer learning and conflict resolution training; as well as a special Landcare panel on Wednesday night.

Corangamite CMA will host the next Cascades Connections Landcare Facilitators event.