Our Vision: To meet the challenge of stewarding land in sustainable ways.

Our Values:

RESPECT: for our First Nations people, for the environment, ourselves and others.

INCLUSIVENESS: of all communities from Willow Tree to Blackville (covered by the upper portions of the Warrah, Big Jack’s, Little Jacks, Miller’s, McDonalds, Pump Station, Yarramanbah, Phillips and Black Creeks) and those from neighbouring catchments who share our vision.

INTERGENERATIONAL EQUITY: with an aim to continually improve the condition of our natural resources for future generations.

COMMUNITY: as we work to foster a strong, informed, caring and active community.

RESPONSIBILITY: as custodians of land and our natural resources, to be part of the solution to the challenges which face us

Our Objectives are to:

  • Continually improve our management of soil, water and vegetation
  • Keep informed about impacts of climate change on farm and state lands environment
  • Promote information about new technology and innovations to our communities
  • Actively keep informed about mining and gas exploration and extraction affecting the environment (water, biodiversity, land use and state lands)
  • Take whatever steps deemed necessary to ensure and promote the protection and conservation of the environment (soil, water, biodiversity on farms and state lands).


‘Creating Resilient Landscapes to Secure our Farming Future’ was an educational event for landholders conducted in the woolshed at 'Windy Station', Pine Ridge on the Liverpool Plains on the 13th of May 2021.

On 25 June 2020, the Upper Mooki Landcare group proudly launched the ‘Upper Mooki Rehydration Project’. This innovative, catchment-wide hydrology project focuses on soil as a ‘sponge’ in the landscape and is one of only a few of its type in Australia.

This Plan will provide the foundation for a diverse range of activities that Upper Mooki Landcare will deliver alongside its partners in the coming years. This project is supported by North West Local Land Services, through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.

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