Frequently Asked Questions
Go to the National Landcare Directory, and click the “Login to the NLD & Update your details” button. Then enter the username and password your group received when they first registered.
If you have forgotten your username and password, please contact – email@example.com
You can search for Landcare groups in your local area using the National Landcare Directory.
Please note that not all groups choose to make their contact details publicly available.
Please email Rob Novotny at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will happily discuss how you can contribute to the movement.
Or visit our Support Us page now to the learn about the different ways you can contribute
Coastcare is a collection of community volunteer groups made up of everyday Australians who care passionately about the protection and management of our coastal and marine environments. They identify local environmental problems and work together with government, local businesses and interest groups to achieve practical, sustainable solutions.
Click here to find out more about Coastcare.
Junior Landcare is about encouraging young people to play an active role in ensuring the safe future of their environment. Junior Landcare also encourages young people to develop a sense of responsibility to the land and other natural resources.
Click here to find out more about Junior Landcare.
There are approximately 5,400 registered Landcare, Coastcare, Bushcare and other groups around Australia, along with thousands of schools involved in the Junior Landcare program.
Visit our National Landcare Directory to see if there are any existing groups in your area.
Landcare Australia Ltd is a not-for-profit organisation, and registered charity, which leads the promotion of and provision of financial support to the Landcare movement’s national resource management programme in Australia; aligning the practice of environmental management with land productivity, and devolving governance and management to local communities. For more than 25 years, Landcare Australia has supported the Landcare movement’s role of protecting, restoring and sustaining the productivity and value of Australia’s natural environment.
Learn about Landcare Australia.
IN HIS SPEECH, THE STATEMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT, WENTWORTH, NSW 20 JULY 1989., PRIME MINISTER HAWKE DECLARED:
“Accordingly, we are declaring next year the Year of Landcare – it will be the first year in a Decade of Landcare that will provide as never before a focus for protecting the most fundamental ingredient both of our natural environment and of our agricultural prosperity – our soil.”
Unsurprisingly, the Landcare movement developed nationally in 1989 as a result of farmers and environmentalists uniting to care for our land and water. Farmers realised it made good business sense, and environmentalists realised they needed to work constructively with farmers, as managers of over half of Australia’s land mass.
Learn more about the Landcare story.