Harcourt Valley Landcare Group is an active community group of volunteers of all ages dedicated to preserving and revitalizing our valley environment, See Events page on this website for the group’s activities. There are lots of opportunities to get your hands dirty while cleaning up the local environment. There is an activity planned for the last Sunday of each month. We said we are an active group!! New members are welcome! Why not join us and make like-minded friends. Harcourt Valley Landcare is affiliated with Farm Tree and Landcare Association of Victoria. FTLA is the state-wide ‘umbrella group’ for all Landcare groups. We are also enthusiastic supporters of Connecting Country, a Castlemaine-based organisation which provides leadership and advice on all sorts of environmental projects.
To link up with Harcourt Valley Landcare call our secretary on 5474 2754 or write to P O Box 107, Harcourt, Vic 3453. Better still, be sure to attend one of our events as listed on the Events Page.
Harcourt Valley Landcare is passionate about getting rid of roadside weeds, has enhanced the Oak Forest, is creating a walking track from Tollgate footbridge along the west side of Barkers Creek, regards wind-sown pine trees as deadly enemies, helps DEPI in its attempts to preserve and record ballantinia sites on Mount Alexander, plants shrubs, trees and grasses along Barkers Creek, is part of the cleanup of the waterways that drain the Harcourt Valley and will advise on the destruction of noxious weeds or the species of natives to be planted on your property if asked. we said we are an active group! The group could do with a few more pairs of hands. It meets at 7.30 pm on the second Thursday of each month at Harcourt Heritage Centre.