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Queensland Water & Land Carers

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 320 groups and 30,000 individuals.

The story of landcare

A look at some of the people, places and events that have shaped Landcare in Queensland and Australia. timelineThumb

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.

Apply for Membership

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. Apply Here

LANDCARE NEWS from around Queensland

The State of the Environment

Have a look at the state of the environment. Every five years the Australian Government conducts a comprehensive review of the state of the Australian environment. National SoE reports provide information about environmental and heritage conditions, trends and pressures for the Australian...
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Agricultural Extension and Education in the Reef Region Review

Its your chance to get involved and have a say. The Qld Government has commissioned a consultant, Coutts J&R Pty Ltd, to undertake an independent review and provide recommendations that can be undertaken to ensure innovative agricultural extension and education delivery services can best be...
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Lightweight Plastic Shopping Bag Submission

Don’t forget to put in a submission to the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection implementing a lightweight shopping bag ban discussion paper due by the 27th February 2017. Have a read of the discussion paper and ensure that your voice is heard. plastic-bag-discussion-paper More...
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Citizen Science in Action Find a Frog in February

             From Maleny in the south to Hervey Bay and Burrum Heads in the north, interested then go to the mrccc.org.au web page and get involved.
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