Landcare is a national community volunteer program aiming to improve land, water and environment.
What is Landcare?
Landcare is a national community volunteer program aiming to improve land, water and environment. Landcare is driven by the community, promoting and delivering environment projects designed to help farmers and land managers. This includes pest plant and animal management on private and public land, soil health and salinity control, revegetation projects to improve land management practices and riparian management. Landcare brings together individuals and communities who are keen to improve their local landscape.
The Victorian Landcare Gateway website provides a forum for local Landcare groups to publish photos, reports and promote upcoming activties. Useful Landcare resources, publications and funding opportunities are also available and regularly updated on the site. The website was established by the DSE State Landcare Coordination team.
Victorian Landcare Grants
The Victorian Landcare Grants (VLG) support Landcare and other community-based natural resource management groups to protect and restore the Victorian landscape. The Victorian Landcare Grants are delivered through the State's 10 Catchment Management Authorities. More information on the Victorian Landcare Program can be found via the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning website and below.
Victorian Landcare Grants (VLG) in the Goulburn Broken Catchment
Each year the Goulburn Broken CMA receives funding from the State Government under the Victorian Landcare Grants Program. This funding is distributed to the local groups and networks to undertake State, regional and local priority projects improving the health of our catchment.
Previously funded VLG Projects in the Goulburn Broken Catchment:
NOTE: These projects are derived from Expression of Interest applications that are submitted to the GBCMA annually.
Expressions of Interest - Funding for VLG Projects in the Goulburn Broken Catchment
To obtain an Expression of Interest form to be considered for funding for a future Victorian Landcare Grant, see our Funding Opportunities for Groups/Organisations page.