Upcoming Events:

Farming Choices – Farm Tours: Sunday 25th March

Sustainable Soil Management: 7th April

Save Our Scarlet Robin Workshop – Bird ID Field Day: 23rd April

Fabulous Fungi -Biodiversity Protection, Whole of Landscape Approach – The Role Fungi Play: Saturday 28th April


Landcare News – Upper Shoalhaven Landcare Jan 2018


Landcare is a community-based approach to managing and protecting our natural resources – creating more productive and sustainable farms, conserving our environment and building more cohesive and resilient communities. Landcare has helped to transform the landscape, enabling farmers, landowners and conservationists to work together at a local level on local issues.

The Upper Shoalhaven Landcare Counci (USLC)l is the representative umbrella body of Landcare in the Upper Shoalhaven region of South Eastern NSW. The Upper Shoalhaven Landcare Council represents around 600 members and 20 Landcare groups. The organisation is overseen by seven-member executive committee and 2 part-time staff located at the Local Land Services Office, 42 Ryrie Street in Braidwood who can be contacted on 02 48422594, or at upper.shoalhaven@gmail.com

The Upper Shoalhaven Landcare Council is the umbrella group for 20 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 Bungendore and Taylors Creek, 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.


Our Committee meetings are usually held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month, if you wish to attend a committee meeting please email upper.shoalhaven@gmail.com or call 4842 2594 to confirm and for more details.


Our Mission is to engage and enhance local communities in building and maintaining landscapes with sustainable productivity and resilient biodiversity.

 Become a member of Upper Shoalhaven Landcare Council Here 

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