Queensland Water and Land Carers (QWaLC) is the peak body for natural resource management (NRM) volunteers. QWaLC’s roles include representation, advocacy, promotion, networking and insurance administration. QWaLC’s board includes representatives from each of Queensland’s regions. Our membership consists of over 300 groups and 29,000 individuals.
The story of landcare
A look at some of the people, places and events that have shaped Landcare in Queensland and Australia.
Find a group near you
Get in touch with a group near you! Browse the map by region to discover active groups in your area.
QWaLC offers membership to community NRM volunteer groups. This includes groups such as, Landcare inc Coastcare, Bushcare, Catchment Associations, Species-specific protection groups and Friends of groups.
Well the Green Army is no more.
On the 19th December the Commonwealth Government decided to achieve savings of $224.7 million over four years from 2016‑17 by terminating the Green Army program.
Existing contracts under the program will continue to be funded and $21.4 million will be provided...
As part of a deal to settle the backpacker tax dispute, the Australia Greens have secured an additional $100m for Landcare over the next four years,
We will provide you with more detail on what this means for our member groups, the National Landcare Network and the state and territory Landcare peak...
QWaLC is pleased to be part of an important new initiative for assessing and reporting on the health of waterways in the Wet Tropics that has been released today.
The Wet Tropics Pilot Report Card is the first time that organisations from across the Wet Tropics have collaborated to produce a report...
Are you following the responses from our state Labour and the LNP representatives to this initiative of Boomerang Alliance?
Have your say www.getinvolved.qld.gov.au
The less plastic bags and bottles volunteers have to spend their valuable time removing from our...