The Upper Shoalhaven Landcare Council (USLC) is the umbrella group for 18 Landcare Groups in the region. USLC has been in existence since 1995.The region is part of the South East Local Land Services Area and extends from Marulan, Wingello and Tallong in the north, to Snowball and the top of Currambene Creek in the south. In the east we are bordered by the top of the Gourock Range, Mt Fairy, and the top of Jacqua Creek (amoung others) while our western boundary is defined by the Minuma Range, Currowan State Forest, The Budawang Range and Moreton National Park. The Upper Deua is also part of our network featuring the town centres of Majors Creek and Araluen.
The USLC employs a Landcare Support Officer, located at the Local Land Services Office, 42 Ryrie Street in Braidwood who can be contacted on 02 48422594, or at firstname.lastname@example.org
USLC has an extensive biodiversity program with funding from the Australian Government. You can access the Biodiversity in the Upper Shoalhaven Website here. The program is called ‘Corridor Links and Carbon Sinks: Biodiversity for Carbon and Corridors’ of B4CC for short. B4CC provides assistance with revegetation and restoration projects, runs a series of information events as well as a variety of other work aimed at better understand local biodiversity through monitoring and research. Please contact program manager Felicity Sturgiss by emailing email@example.com or calling (02) 48 422 594 or mobile 0427 111 101 for more information
You can keep also in touch with biodiversity program events via the facebook page if you search for Biodiversity Upper Shoalhaven in facebook, or join the USLC mailing list.