Local Landcare Groups

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Local Landcare Groups 2017-05-01T15:20:41+00:00

24 local Landcare groups

Working together for a sustainable environment.

Landcare is a national movement with a local focus, promoting the sustainable use of land, water and living natural resources for the benefit of the nation.

Landcare in Central West Lachlan area is about the community, businesses, schools, local industry, people within townships and farm families working together to effectively use and manage natural resources with the overall goal of promoting and enhancing a sustainable and productive environment.

There are currently 24 Landcare Groups in the area, which comprise the Central West Lachlan Landcare Groups. The boundaries for the Parkes Shire area are centred around Peak Hill to the north, Forbes to the south, the Bumberry ranges to the east and Yarrabandai to the west. The Central West Lachlan area crosses two catchments, namely the Lachlan and Central West, and covers an area of approximately 720,000 hectares.

Central West Lachlan Landcare is always offering new and exciting training opportunities to the community and special access to tours and resources for their members.

To find out more about local events and training, or how to join, head to the Central West Lachlan Landcare Website.