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Women in Agriculture Forum 2019

 The second event for Women in Agriculture, this time held in Temora. With lots of feedback in West Wyalong taken on board, the key topics for 2019

include: diverification on farms, regenerative agriculture, farm biodiversity and skills training courses. This is a free event for all rural ladies on the land, to learn about creating more resilient farms and celebrating womens role on the land.

Please register here

LachLandcare Inc.

LachLandcare Inc is an advocate, communicator and mentor for landcare ideas and action in the Lachlan. It aims to create resilient landscapes and communities through collaborative partnerships that optimise use of resources.

LEADING AND INFLUENCING

Advocates, communicates and mentors the Landcare philosophy.

Facilitates and builds collaborative partnerships, and optimizes resource investments to help.

PARTNERSHIPS AND PLANNING

Community and landholders to restore the health of communities and landscapes.

Facilitates planning, resourcing and delivery of eco-services, sustainable productivity and resilient community outcomes.

BUILDING A ROBUST ORGANISATION

Provides governance, training and support for all our district Landcare networks.

Strategic, Financial and Risk management.

BRAND AWARENESS AND PROMOTION

Establishment of a brand for Sustainable produce in the Lachlan.

Explore commercial opportunities for LachLandcare (social enterprise).

FEATURED PROJECTS

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Membership

As a voluntary and community-based organisation, LachLandcare relies on the support of our membership to carry out our work. Through this support, we provide an advocacy role for landcare in the region, conduct field days and training events, support our team of Landcare coordinators, and broker resources and funding to meet the needs and interests of members.

RECENT PROJECTS

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