Would you like to become a Landcare volunteer? – contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest. There are a number of options for volunteering:
Join an Existing Landcare Group
View our existing groups page to see if there is a group working near you that you can join!
Our Case Studies page provides more information on the kinds of sites and projects Landcare groups are involved in. You can also view our recent Newsletters which show you what our current volunteers have been up to.
Start your own Landcare Group
If there is not an existing group on a Council-managed reserve or area of bushland that you would like to help restore, please contact the Landcare Resource Centre on 4921 0392 or email@example.com to discuss the potential to start a new Landcare Group. Following a site visit to look at what regeneration works can be done, staff from the Landcare Resource Centre will guide you through the process of forming a Landcare Group. New groups need their site approved by the Landholder, and Agreed Action Plan established and someone to complete a short Team Leader Training session before they can get underway. Once registered, your group will have access to a range of resources to help.
Volunteer with the Green Team
Volunteers are actively sought to help with the Green Team, they are a friendly group of people of all ages. They meet at the Landcare Resource Centre, Toronto Road, Teralba. Morning tea and lunch is provided. Currently they operate on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesdays and Thursday from 7.30am to 1.30pm.
Duties involve: Outdoor work on Landcare sites, weeding, mulching, planting etc.
If you would like to volunteer for the Green Team contact the LRC on 4921 0392.
Landcare Resource Centre, Nursery & Demonstration Garden
The Landcare Resource Centre at Teralba operates Monday to Friday from 8.00am to 4.00pm (Note opportunities are limited during the 2021-22 rebuild). There are various duties both inside and outside in nursery or the compound.
Office assistance – photocopying, filing, folding and mailing newsletters, data input on computer, library management and cataloguing etc.
Nursery – seed collection, plant propagation, seed sorting and storage, potting up plants, assisting with batching of plant orders etc.
Yard maintenance – small construction projects, carpentry, gardening, lawn mowing, weeding, etc.
Demonstration garden – planting, maintaining and harvesting vegetables and food plants.
If you would like to volunteer at the Centre or in the Nursery or garden please contact the Landcare Resource Centre on 4921 0392