Acknowledgement of Country

Murrumbidgee Landcare Inc acknowledges the Wiradjuri people who are the Traditional Custodians of the Land on which we work. We pay our respects to Elders of the Wiradjuri Nation, past, present and emerging, and extend that respect to all First Nations Elders.

We celebrate the diversity and strength of Aboriginal cultures and value their contribution to caring for our Land.

Latest News

Native Seed Workshop Series in the Western Riverina: Planting the Seeds of Conservation

Murrumbidgee Landcare Incorporated are to host the Western Riverina Seed Workshop Series near Tabbita to explore the enchanting world of native species seed and regeneration.   A series of three seasonal workshops will be held in 2024 on Tabbita Lane, covering a broad range of topics around native vegetation. PlainSense Vegetation Management’s Ecologist Martin Driver…

Farming for a Cooler Future: reducing emissions on the land

A word from the SAF (June 2024) The agricultural industry plays a vital role in feeding the world, but it also contributes significantly to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. As Climate Change becomes an increasingly pressing concern, farmers are finding themselves at a crossroad. This challenge presents an opportunity to innovate and transform our farming practices…

Wild about wetland birds

Get to know the birds who live in and around our wetlands,

Coming Events

Murnong Farm Field Day

Murnong Farm Field Day with Dr Mason and Miriam Crane Show-casing best practice strategies for positive economic and environmental impacts on native vegetation restoration. What to Expect:  Farm talk – Miriam and Mason Crane, property owners Hear about their story of how they bought a farm with 38 old paddock trees See how they have turned it…

Young District Grazing Group Gathering

Young District Grazing Group Gathering  Join us for an enriching day of community and knowledge-sharing at the Young District Grazing Group event on 30th July! Connect with Your Grazing Community Come together to strengthen our grazing community, make informed decisions, and be ready for whatever challenges may come our way. What to Expect: Farm tour…

Hay Plains Landcare Propagation Workshop

Hay Plains Landcare Propagation Workshop Join us at the Hay Gaol Museum site on Piper street for a community propagation workshop. The workshop includes: learning how to propagate and grow native seeds Assist propagate a stock of seedlings for Landcare Projects Gain the skills to grow your own seedlings Become independent at regurgitating your land!…