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    Current Landcare Projects

    Malpas Catchment Project

    Members began the Malpas Catchment Project in 1997 to improve natural resource management, sustainable and profitable landuse, and water quality in the Malpas and Guyra Dams and Macleay River Catchment.

    Schools Program

    Southern New England Landcare offers a Schools Landcare Program under the guidance of our part time Landcare Coordinator (Urban & Youth), Sara Schmude.

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    Indian Myna Control Program

    Indian MynaHave you seen this bird? If so, you've seen an introduced pest species that is ever encroaching on our area, to the detriment of our local native species.

    Southern New England Landcare is currently calling for help from people in urban and rural areas who wish to be involved in an Indian Myna control program.

    A sufficient number of volunteers from around our region is essential for the program to be effective and everyone can help!

    If you would like to be part of the program or are interested in obtaining more information please email us or call 02 6772 9123.

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