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Landcare Victoria Inc.

Landcare Victoria Inc.

Strengthening Communities.
Restoring Environments.

Landcare Victoria Inc. (Landcare Victoria) represents community landcare in Victoria.

We are an influential voice for the Victorian landcare movement, supporting landcare communities to achieve integrated sustainable agriculture and environmental outcomes.

Landcare Victoria supports governance, strategy, advocacy, project development, training and professional development for our landcare networks and groups across the state. We also arrange affordable insurance cover and provide grant and asset management auspice support to our members.

With over 600 member groups, representing more than 17,000 households and an estimated 60,000 individuals, Landcare Victoria is one of the largest environmental volunteer organisations in Victoria, fostering on-ground community led action.

Landcare Victoria represents Victorian Landcare nationally via its membership of the National Landcare Network, and collaborates with state and commonwealth Government agencies, local Government and the wider community to achieve our shared vision.


We pay our respect to the Traditional Owners of the lands in Victoria. We take inspiration from the legacy of Victorian Aboriginal people, who have produced food, while caring for the ecological systems that life depends upon, for tens of thousands of years.

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Message from our CEO: Landcare Victoria Inc. Year in review
Landcare Victoria CEO Andrew Maclean summarises our achievements in 2021 and what’s to come in 2022

Value of Landcare included in report for the Inquiry into ecosystem decline in Victoria
A report for the Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry into Ecosystem Decline has been published which highlights the value and importance of Landcare in Victoria

Landcare led community citizen science project monitors recovery of wildlife post-bushfires in East Gippsland
Following the devastation of the Black Summer bushfires, the East Gippsland community joined with local landcare groups to start a program to monitor wildlife after the fires.

Environmental Restoration of the Tambo River Old Course
Bushfire impact that followed four years of drought may have been enough to see others throw in the towel, but East Gipplanders are a tough breed, none more so than local Mossiface farmer, Patch Calvert. The East Gippsland Landcare Network (EGLN) are assisting with revegetation on the property through a Landcare Led Bushfire Recovery Project.

COVID-19 updated rules and what it means for Landcare in Victoria
We have summarised the most recent rules for Landcare in Victoria.