Taradale Landcare works with the community to care for the biodiversity and agricultural health of the landscape of Taradale and surrounds. We are getting started again after a few years’ hiatus. We hold meetings, working bees, BBQs, bush walks, property visits and other events. We welcome new faces! Check our website or Facebook page or
Connecting Country is community-operated not-for-profit organisation working to restore and enhance biodiversity and improve the productive natural environment across the Mount Alexander region in central Victoria. What we do: – Implement on-ground works to increase and enhance native vegetation and habitat through grazing change, revegetation, and pest plant and animal control. – Engage community through
Do Landcare work around the Langley and Edgecombe area Help landowners with weed , pest animal and any Landcare issued they come across. Helping to enhance our depleted environment and try to educate new land owners to the special needs of the area.
Golden Point Landcare was formed in 1994 and seeks to improve natural resource management in the Forest Creek catchment on both private and public land through promoting natural regeneration of native flora and fauna with on ground works of weed control and revegetation of local indigenous native plants. We work closely with Connecting Country and
Post Office Hill Action Group (POHAG) was formed ten years ago to protect Old Post Office Hill and surrounding area to retain it as open public land, available to the whole community. The Chewton Primary School is virtually surrounded by this reserve of 22.6 hectares. The area is important and interesting environmentally, historically, socially, geographically,
Our working area is on public land within Castlemaine, focused around Forest and Moonlight Creeks. Our website and Facebook page give more details. We hold monthly working bees on the 4th Sunday of the month from February to November, with a shorter working bee and breakup BBQ in December.We notify of location and starting time