About the National Landcare Network (NLN)
The National Landcare Network (NLN) represents community landcare across Australia. The NLN comprises peak bodies representing the landcare community in each State and Territory. As the national advocacy organisation for community landcare, the NLN’s purpose is to be the voice of the national Landcare movement and tell a collective story that reflects the shared experiences of Landcarers. The NLN enables the Landcare movement to continue its essential work building resilient and productive landscapes and protecting our natural environment.
About the Landcare State & Territory Organisations (STOs)
Across Australia, each State and Territory Organisation (STO) is the representative body of the Landcare movement and the voice of community landcare in their jurisdiction. The STO organisations include Landcare NSW, Landcare ACT, Landcare Victoria, Landcare Tasmania, Landcare Association of South Australia, WA Landcare Network, Landcare NT and Queensland Water and Land Carers. The Landcare STOs represent thousands of people and groups across their regions who are working together to increase biodiversity and promote sustainable land management.