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Central West and Lachlan provide support to communities in the Parkes and Forbes Shires. The activities of Landcare are the result of volunteers that have a desire to maintain and improve their environment-promoting natural resource management and sustainable farming practices. This is achieved through on-ground works, coordinating and implementing field days and workshops, and working in with schools and like minded organisations.

We pursue funding and other opportunities, with the intention of increasing biodiversity and productivity, whilst expanding education on NRM issues. We promote a collaborative approach with local groups, to make the CWLL area vibrant and sustainable.

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Marg - Campaign photo.jpgOur Coordinator, Marg Applebee has agreed to be part of the Every Day Hero Campaign for Landcare NSW. Marg shared a little bit about her life and how she came to have a passion for the environment and agriculture….and Landcare. The Campaign is now closed, but please feel free to read through the blogs.

Marg’s Landcare NSW EDH Blog: Day 12 – Grateful for Roller Skates and Crash Helmets

Marg’s Landcare NSW EDH Blog: Day 11 – My Strategic Skills Were Learnt on Roller Skates and at the Card Table

Marg’s Landcare NSW EDH Blog: Day 10 – What’s with all the Egg Cartons?

Marg’s Landcare NSW EDH Blog: Day 9 – Ernie and Bert…..and Frieda?

Marg’s Landcare NSW EDH Blog: Day 8 – Fabulous Events of 2018…that weren’t mine!

Marg’s Landcare NSW EDH Blog: Day 7 – Canine Companions

Marg’s Landcare NSW EDH Blog: Day 6 – Skirts and Gumboots

Marg’s Landcare NSW EDH Blog: Day 5 – Baling Twine Reins

Marg’s Landcare NSW EDH Blog: Day 4 – Mother Murrumbidgee

Marg’s Landcare NSW EDH: Day 3 – A real living doll!

Marg’s Landcare NSW EDH: Day 2 – Officially bringing in the side-kick

Marg’s Landcare NSW EDH: Day 1 – back to the 70s!

Landcare NSW is the representative body of the Landcare movement in NSW and the voice of community Landcare, representing around 60,000 Landcarers and 3,000 groups. The Campaign is now closed, but the link is still open. Click here for Marg’s Campaign or find out more about Landcare NSW.