Upper Lachlan Landcare is a collective organisation made up of individuals and the Landcare groups of the Upper Lachlan region of NSW.

Upper Lachlan Landcares Objectives are to;

* Raise awareness of and increase understanding within the local community of natural resource management practices

* Identify problems relating to the degradation of natural resources in the local region

* Foster co-operation between local landholders, community groups and government towards managing and using natural resources more sustainably.

Upper Lachlan Landcares purposes are to facilitate the development of Natural Resource Management  and sustainable agriculture in the Upper Lachlan catchment and to represent Landcare at the Regional (Lachlandcare) and State level (Landcare NSW) and with Government bodies such as the Upper Lachlan Shire Council and South East Local Land Services, Department of Primary Industries and Office of Environment and Heritage, NPWS and Non Government Organisations such as Greening Australia and Land For Wildlife.


The Local Landcare Coordinator Initiative is a jointly delivered program from Local Land Services and Landcare NSW. It is funded by the NSW State Governments $15 million over 4 year commitment to support Landcare in NSW. This project provides Upper Lachlan Catchment Coordinating Committee Inc. funds to employ a part-time (14hrs per week) Local Landcare Coordinator, to work with their host organisation(s) as part of a statewide network.

Download group KML