We like bushwalking through beautiful Top End savanna, monsoon forest and stone country - while giving something back to it. Our hands are pretty full helping rangers protect the (mostly pristine) Tabletop and Tableland Ranges within Litchfield National Park from invasive and eco-transforming "super-weeds".
Established in 2009 to ensure the conservation, protection, maintenance and enhancement of natural ecosystems, environment and biodiversity within the Mitchell Creek Catchment for the benefit of the whole community.
Arnhem Coast Clean-up is a community led initiative to clean up the coastal areas in East Arnhem Land. Working in collaboration with the Dhimurru Rangers, passionate volunteers run clean up events to minimise marine debris which washes up on the shores of East Arnhem Land. Volunteers are welcome to join, from near or far.
Formed by a dedicated group of local residents in 1987, who work to provide natural habitat in the reserve for a diverse range of wildlife.
Desert Knowledge Landcare Group
Friends of Robin Falls are a community of people who know and love this Top End treasure and want to see it cared for and protected.
NT Field Naturalist Club provide opportunities to meet some of these passionate people and to learn and share observations about this great backyard of ours. You are welcome to attend one of our meetings or perhaps tag along on one of our field trips.
The Friends of Tumbling Waters Biodiversity Inc is an active group involved in the promotion and protection of the biodiversity in the Tumbling Waters area.
Formed by a group of dedicated volunteers in 2006 to protect and enhance the natural environment at the popular Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve and Wetlands.
Formed in 1988 by a group of local pastoralists. The Association is the largest Landcare group (by area) in Australia, extending from Tennant Creek to south of the NT/SA border.
Established by a group of primary producers based in the Tennant Creek region who employ a full-time Coordinator to improve natural resource management outcomes.
Casuarina Coastal Reserve Landcare Group was formed by a group of dedicated locals 30 years ago who wanted to protect and restore this important habitat corridor.
Land owners, land managers and residents committed to monitoring, maintaining and improving the Roper River catchment and its natural values.
Working to restore Ludmilla Creek, an important waterway and habitat corridor, for the benefit of future generations of Darwinites.
Represents four landcare groups in the Alice Springs area, including Town Todd, Northside (Dixon Park), Spencer Valley and Ankerre Ankerre (Coolibah Swamp) featuring the Ilparpa Claypans.
The Garden was founded in Alice Springs in 1956 by Miss Olive Muriel Pink as the Australian arid regions flora reserve.
A group of local volunteers who aim to restore and protect natural ecosystems within the Rapid Creek catchment.
Friends of East Point protect and enhance the natural environment and biodiversity of the East Point Breezeway.
Thursday 24th November 2022 at Melaleuca Australia, 24 McLachlan Street, Darwin or online via Teams. 5:30PM - Landcarer Networking, 7:00PM - Annual General Meeting.
Landcarers from across the Northern Territory had a great time at the National Landcare Conference in Sydney from the 23rd-25th August. Hosted by Costa Georgiadis, this event brought together Landcarers from across the country doing great things for the environment and the community in their local areas.
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