Hunter Region Landcare Network represents Landcare groups in the Hunter.

The aims of the network are to facilitate field days and workshops, share knowledge and resources, promote funding opportunities, showcase local projects, and celebrate landcare community achievements.

Landcare in the Hunter Region includes Landcare, Bushcare, Coastcare, Wetlandcare and Friends of groups, all working under the Landcare banner, on public and private lands, in just about every corner of our region and on just about every landform and land use.

The region is unique in the diversity of its vegetation and landscapes, which include the alpine rainforests of the World Heritage Barrington Tops, the dissected sandstone of the Great Dividing Range, the open grasslands and woodlands of the Upper Hunter, and the rich alluvial floodplains, estuarine wetlands, the coastal environment and mangrove forests of the Lower Hunter.


HRLN and The City of Newcastle Landcare Memorandum of Understanding

The planting of Eucalyptus camaldulensis has been a part of HRLN activities since 2008 and is ongoing, with the object of restoring stands of this tree to the Hunter River valley.

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