Weddin Landcare

Caring for our local environment and rural community

We are a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to regenerating the landscape to support healthy ecosystems and agricultural production, protect our local flora and fauna and help our rural community thrive.

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Working Bee

at Vaughn's Dam Reserve

Join us for a series of working bees to help tidy up and protect native habitats at Vaughn’s Dam Reserve.
No experience necessary!
Time: 10 am to 1 pm
Date: Thursday 20 June
Location: Vaughn’s Dam Reserve, West St, Grenfell
RSVP: Claire at 0421 716 170

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Current Projects

Completion of Ooma Riparian Restoration Project

Completion of Ooma Riparian Restoration Project

Following one of the worst droughts in recent history came several years of heavier rain events, which caused significant erosion across the landscape and gouged the streambanks of Ooma Creek tributaries. To combat this issue Weddin Landcare assisted three landholders...

Birds, Bats and Bugs School Education Program

Birds, Bats and Bugs School Education Program

The 'Birds, Bats and Bugs – Engaging Schools in Ecosystem Benefactors' project was developed by Weddin Landcare in 2021, following the success of the Caragabal Bird Art Project with Caragabal Public School. The program has been running for three years and now involves...

Weddin Community Native Nursery

Weddin Community Native Nursery

Weddin Community Native Nursery (WCNN) is a not-for-profit organisation managed by volunteers, and is a sub-committee of Weddin Landcare. The Nursery specialises in the propagation of plants endemic to the Weddin Shire and plays an important role in preserving the...

Become a member

Why join Weddin Landcare?

Whether you’re a broadacre farmer, a school student or an urban resident we can provide support and connect you with experts or like-minded peers to help progress your environmental goals.

Landcare members can attend our meetings and nominate for our Weddin Landcare Steering Committee to help provide direction to Weddin Landcare projects and activities.

As a member you can also increase your knowledge, stay informed and take advantage of our resources.

Latest News

Twenty-third Birding NSW Survey Around Grenfell

Twenty-third Birding NSW Survey Around Grenfell

By Mikla Lewis, compiled from the survey report by Elisabeth Karplus from Birding NSW. Birding NSW has been conducting its twice-yearly bird surveys in the Weddin Shire since 2011. Surveys are conducted on thirty sites on both public and private land around Grenfell,...