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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 380 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

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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

Landcare Week August 3-9 2020

Get connected with the environment in your local community
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Regenerating your group activities

Great to see that in Qld we are are able to progressively undertake activities again. We still need to follow the health directives of the Qld Govt Health officer. Some new COVID-19 Resources are now available on the Volunteering Australia website as well as on the QWaLC Covid-19 web...
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National Landcare Conference 2021

Please take the opportunity to submit an abstract. Landcare Australia are proud to host the 2021 National Landcare Conference taking place between 10 – 12 March at ICC Sydney in Darling Harbour. QWaLC is pleased to be part of the conference and we would like to invite you to submit an...
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Qld DES Threatened Species Recovery and Resilience grants round 4

Applications are now open for Round 4—Threatened Species Recovery and Resilience of the Queensland Government’s Community Sustainability Action grants program. Grants up to $100,000 (ex GST) are available for on-ground projects which benefit threatened flora and fauna species negatively...
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