Moorabool Landcare Network

The Moorabool Landcare Network formed in 2012 to co-ordinate revegetation efforts across the Moorabool local government area. The network is an umbrella organisation assisting local Landcare and Friends groups.

Over 600 volunteers are involved in Landcare activities throughout the year, working on projects through their local group.

The network is concentrating on four main areas:

  • Projects to enhance biodiversity through vegetation corridors, linking remnant vegetation and the major forests;
  • Projects to reduce the impact of weeds and rabbits;
  • Projects to promote sustainable agriculture; and
  • Advocacy in relation to the above activities.

Examples of work being undertaken by the Landcare groups include: