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.

Gunning District Landcare is open to all people with an interest in sustainable farming and healthy environments. We work towards making our farms, properties, homes and public spaces economically and environmentally sustainable. The overriding principle guiding Gunning District Landcare’s activities is that the environment and production are intertwined.

Join Gunning District Landcare today!

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We invite you to renew your membership with Gunning District Landcare, or join for the first time. Visit our membership page, or get in touch to discuss other options.

Annual membership with Gunning District Landcare is $25 for individuals, $35 for households. We have now also introduced a 3-year membership which costs $70 for individuals and $100 for households. Membership is free for students, pensioners and other concession holders.

Your membership fee will go towards the operating costs of the group and ensures that you will:

  • Be able to attend GDL workshops and events for free, or a discounted rate;
  • Become an affiliate member of Upper Lachlan Landcare; 
  • Receive our monthly e-newsletter;
  • Find out about an amazing array of events in the region;
  • Have the opportunity to create connections and develop networks to grow and share your knowledge.

You might also like to consider making a donation – all donations over $2 to our public fund are tax deductible! We appreciate all donations, large and small. These contributions support our various projects and enable us to purchase required resources. Visit our donation page here.

Fighting feral foxes

Check out this recent video to learn about the history and importance of controlling feral foxes in the Gunning region.