The Nerrena/Tarwin Valley Landcare group

The Nerrena Landcare Group was formed in 1995 and aimed to protect and enhance the natural assets of the area, through action, community participation, education and awareness.

The Tarwin Valley Landcare Group was formed in 2011 and was located in the previous areas of the Jindinook and Stony Creek Landcare groups. The driving force of Landcare in the area has always been the continual development of links along the east branch of the Tarwin River and its tributaries. The group covers 24,524 ha and is characterised by agricultural land with a few fragmented remnants.

In 2017 the Nerrena and Tarwin Valley Landcare groups amalgamated, forming the Nerrena/Tarwin Valley Landcare group or NTVLG.

Black Spur Creek Wetlands Project (BSCW) - Update 25

April 25, 2021
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of these lands and waters.A major focus of the Black Spur Creek Wetland (BSCW) project has been to restore Eucalypt Forests/Woodlands and Swamp/Riparian Scrub with their diverse flora and fauna. Invasive dominating weeds can hinder this process. Sweet Pittospor...
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Gippslandscapes podcast episode 20

in this weekly podcast from the WGCMA, Gerard speaks with landholders Coral and Kevin Hughes from South Gippsland who have been working to improve the environment long before Landcare was even thought of (they started back in the mid 60s!)

Curious about how our project has been progressing under lockdown? Missing Landcare farm walks and tree plantings? We are too! Get your fix of members activities during the lockdown.

Calendar of events - note some things may be cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions