FAQ for Existing Volunteers
Q – Who do I contact at Landcare?
At times there seems to be some confusion about who to call out to Landcare sites from the Landcare Resource Centre.
- If the request is a simple resource request for plants, mulch, Green Team assistance, Bush Regeneration assistance, tools, or equipment as part of your normal Landcare group work, any of our LRC staff can help you to fill out a resource request form.
- If you need someone to visit your site because of a proposed change in your group’s Agreed Action Plan, or there has been an external impact on your site (e.g. fire, vandalism), or you need to discuss extension of project work that involves LMCC permission or budgets, then you will need to speak to the LMCC Landcare Coordinator, Jason Harvey.
- If you need help with communication, publicity, newsletter articles, event coordination or booking in for meetings/workshops, etc. then you will need to speak to the Network Administration and Support Officer Debra Punton, Publications Officer Kate Meares, or the Communications Officer.
If you’re not sure who you need, ring the LRC on 4921 0392 and outline what you need, and we’ll point you in the right direction.
Q – Who are Landcare Team Leaders?
Landcare Team Leaders are volunteers that coordinate Landcare activities by volunteers on-site, in line with the site’s Agreed Action Plan.
To ensure that Landcare sites are safe workplaces and that Landcare works are appropriate, all Landcare groups must have at least one qualified Team Leader. For more information on Team Leaders visit the page For Landcare Team Leaders
FAQ for School Students
Q – Where can I find out information about what Landcare does in Lake Macquarie?
School students, doing school projects, can learn about a range of environmental projects at Landcare sites by visiting our Case Studies page. General information about Landcare sites can be found on the Site Information page. Our Fact Sheets also contain some great information.
For general information about Landcare in Australia visit the Landcare Australia website.