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.
The National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) has launched Australian Farmers, a new online home for Australia’s farming community. The platform will deliver the most up-to-date food and agribusiness news, weather, market information and amplify campaigns and policy development.
The Sunshine State will have a Container Deposit Scheme to get drink cans and bottles off our beaches, and out of our parks and public areas.
The Palaszczuk Government has confirmed the litter-busting recycling initiative will start in 2018.
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Two of Queensland’s regional Natural Resource Management (NRM) groups, Condamine Alliance and South West NRM Ltd, have announced they will partner from July 2016. The announcement follows months of negotiations and under the terms of agreement, the two organisations will move to a shared...
National Landcare Network Chair Terry Hubbard OAM met today with Environment Minister Greg Hunt as the Minister announced the continuation of funding for community Landcare for the next two years. The National Landcare Network (NLN) and its member organisations, the Landcare peak bodies from each...