The Wooragee Landcare Group area covers the upper reaches of the Reedy Creek, including the Wooragee and Woolshed valleys. We welcome people living outside our catchment to become members too.
About Wooragee Landcare Group Inc.
Wooragee Landcare is a group formed by local landholders, which aims to motivate and support landholders within the catchment to engage in sustainable land management practices and retain and/or improve the management of our natural environment and its resources for future generations.
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Wooragee Landcare publishes a regular community newsletter. There are also meetings, field days, public forums, guest speakers and working bees as notified in the newsletter.
Use the options on the right to find out about ways to keep in touch and to be notified of upcoming activities.
For more information please contact the group at email@example.com
Meet some of our members
Terry ("Bushy", in the hat) is a long term member who throws himself into working bees and runs great orchid walks each year.
Chris has leapt into Wooragee landcare since she retired a few years ago. And aren't we glad she has retired! Among many other things, she leads the Warden Lane Reserve revegetation project.
Dirk was a long serving treasurer, and is involved in most activities we have, especially leading the annual plant give-away. This is him at our Wooragee Produce market manning the Landcare stall which he did weekly, and trying out the ice-cream.
Graeme helped to establish WLC from its earliest days. He is a believer in sustainable living and caring for the land. He believes one should be responsible for any land you own and leave it in a better condition than when you purchased or inherited it.
Karen (right) is secretary of the decade - and in fact its heading towards a decade that she has been secretary extraordinaire. She keeps our Facebook very active and also involved with any working bees.
Lisa (left) is a cheery (always great to have) working bee helper and is improving habitat on her property.
Fleur is sometimes our overseas correspondent. Stories about nature in Fiji have been very interesting.
Anne has taken over much of the treasurer role (hero already!) and is very interested in cultural burning and sustainable farming
Del has taken over some of the treasurer role especially membership . As a relatively new committee member she has taken to landcare like a frog to water -she has fallen in love with frogs and nature journaling - and is a great "worker bee" (comes to working bees)
Karen is a member of Wooragee Landcare and lives in Albury. She does workshops for us as well as much behind the scenes, especially as our IT guru, and we don't use that word lightly. She has been leading our nature journaling adventures and works at the school doing nature based learning.
Alicia was the dynamo principal of the Wooragee primary School and member of the Wooragee community until recently. She encouraged a close relationship with senior and junior Landcare and lead the way with organising nature activities for the kids on a regular basis - see left. We will post when there is a new principal.
Pieter is always ready to come and help at working bees and has introduced us to the mighty auger attached to the battery drill - makes planting a breeze especially grasses.
Sue is the newsletter editor and president, and is interested in anything in nature. Being involved in education most of her life she can't seem to help herself, so helps organize workshops and other events.
Jerry (left) runs a mean committee meeting (the army would be envious) as well as providing animal information and coming to working bees.