Feel free to get in touch with the convenors of any of the groups to find out how you can get involved. You could also participate in habitat restoration, waterway protection, weed management, tree planting and cultural site maintenance to name a few. Whatever it is you get involved in you’ll find a warm welcome within the Landcare community.
Farmers in the ACT region reduce weeds and increase biodiversity while also increasing productivity.
ParkCare Volunteers protect and enhance ACT Reserves and National Parks.
Environmental volunteers work to protect and cultivate special areas of the ACT Region’s urban greenspaces and waterways.
Wellbeing through Nature
Improving mental and physical health through volunteering in nature with the help of trained professionals.
Junior Landcare helps young Australians to develop skills, share knowledge, create experiences and foster connections with the environment and the community.
Landcare ACT Members, the Ngunawal community and other Aboriginal people are working to protect and maintain cultural sites and educate the public about Ngunawal cultural heritage.
Volunteers work gathering samples, testing waterways and counting bugs and platypus to provide data that informs policy and on-ground catchment management.
A citizen science frog-monitoring program generating valuable data about an important indicator of environmental health.
Our Catchment Groups
Feel free to get in touch with your relevant Catchment Group if you’re looking for more of an overview of what’s happening in your area. You can click on the logo below and it will take you to their website. They’ll be able to talk to you about Urban Landcare, Parkcare, FrogWatch, Waterwatch, Aboriginal Landcare, Rural Landcare and more!