Landcare on the North Coast is a community-based approach to managing and protecting our natural resources – creating more productive and sustainable farms, conserving our environment, and building more cohesive and resilient communities. Our people come together with a common cause - to make a positive and lasting impact on the land.

The Network is an incorporated body which aims to:

  • present a regional Landcare voice and perspective in communication with government and non-government agencies;
  • provide support for member networks;
  • communicate information and ideas amongst members;
  • facilitate regional-scale Landcare projects.

With hundreds of community groups across the 11 Landcare Networks within the North Coast, there’s sure to be a Landcare group to join in your local area or you can get support to establish a group that will address your issues and priorities.

Our offices provide access to professional knowledge and expertise with a multitude of resources, fact sheets and other information available.

Our networks support the community with training and community events and deliver a diverse range of projects to protect and enhance the natural environment.

Search below for contact details of the local networks, offices and groups across the North Coast.


A collaborative Climate Change adaptation education project supported by the Environmental Trust, the Rising Strong Project aims to empower landholders and the community of the Northern Rivers to rise strong and take action to conserve biodiversity in a changing climate.

The North Coast has a strong private land conservation movement that achieves excellent outcomes for wildlife habitat protection, connectivity and regeneration – all key Landcare objectives. Connecting landholders – including BCT agreement holders – to Landcare networks is likely to significantly increase their knowledge, skills and technical capacity to deliver best practice conservation. This 2022 partnership program will involve networking, learning events and communicating stories about landholder journeys in private land conservation.


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