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    Landcare in a Cultural Landscape

    Murray Landcare Collective is actively working to increase Landcare awareness and understanding of living and working in a cultural landscape and to better incorporate First Nation’s Peoples engagement into Landcare projects and activities across the Murray region. Aunty Jeanette Crew OAM is our Regional Cultural Mentor and Chair of Yarkuwa Indigenous Knowledge Centre (based in […]

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    Murray Landcare Collective 2022 – Meeting dates

    2022 Wednesday February 23rd 2022 – ONLINE meeting. Agenda emailed out close to meeting time – to get on the to mailing list go to the Contact tab or email [email protected] 2022 #1 – 23rd February 2022 Wednesday- Barham / Online 9:30-12pm – Hosted by Western Murray Land Improvement Group Inc. #2 – 20th July […]

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    Connecting with Landcare and Agriculture networks, family and friends during COVID19 Iso

    While we are maintaining distance from others physically, it is important, now more than ever, to reduce distance from others metaphorically. Connecting verbally by telephone or virtually over the internet to friends, family, work colleagues and extended networks, is a high priority for our well being during isolation. Virtual face-to-face involves using an internet connection […]

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    What’s New

    For landcare, agriculture and nature up-coming events, funding opportunities and newsletter links for the Murray region, go to the Funding page

Welcome to Murray Landcare

Murray Landcare Collective comprises community based, not for profit, landcare, agriculture, producer and environmental groups in the Murray region of New South Wales.  It has a focus on learning together through collective interaction and using our entrepreneurial skills to improve our resource base to deliver better natural resource management, sustainable agriculture and rural community development.

There about 65 independent groups in Murray Landcare Collective with over 2,000 members focusing on a diverse range of topics including wildlife and threatened species, food supply chain models, revegetation and habitat conservation, engaging in nature, creating occupational opportunities, riparian and soil management, farming best practices (eg. livestock, grazing, irrigation, dryland cropping, rangelands management and business skills) and mental health and resilient rural communities.

Murray Landcare Collective is not a formal landcare network or organisation, it does not operate to represent the Murray region.  It does operate to bring like minded groups together to work collectively. We have face-to-face meetings three to four times per year.   

Convener – Paula Sheehan, Regional Landcare Coordinator