Date: Held the second Monday of every month at 5:30pm.
Place: Cambooya Landcare Office.
The Cambooya Landcare general meetings provide an excellent opportunity for people to contribute, share and learn about the caring for our land.
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Cambooya Landcare Group
Cambooya Landcare Association is dedicated to providing information and assistance to landholders, community groups and schools to address environmental concerns. This is achieved through services and publications provided at our Resource Centre and Office, a range of tools and equipment that we have for loan, our native tree nursery and through the wide variety of Projects that we engage with the community to deliver environmental outcomes.
View our latest Membership form and Survey on the Membership page.
The Cambooya Landcare Group has recently been successful in the 2011-2012 round of Community Action Grants funded through the Federal Government’s Caring for Our Country initiative. The project aims to raise awareness and establish plans and guidelines to promote active conservation and extension of koala habitat in the region. For more information visit our Current Projects page.
Additional information has been added to our website in order to assist landholders in decision making processes relating to monitoring land condition and better management practices as a result of our Environmental Management Systems project. As well as outlining a number of current, nationally recognised EMSs, the Cambooya Landcare Publications page highlights various documents and resources, available through our landcare office, relating to environmental management and practices in the Cambooya region and surrounding areas.
The Cambooya Landcare office has had a recent upgrade with the installation of a solar power system. Following a successful grant through the Queensland Government, a system consisting of a 1.5kW inverter and 6 x 250W solar panels has been put in place. The solar panels harness energy from the sun, converting light energy into DC electricty and feeds it back into the grid. For more information on the advantages of installing a solar power system visit the Queensland Government Office of Clean Energy Homepage.
If you would like to catch up with what we have been doing in the past year, please read our 2011 Update Letter.
Read the BasinPulse: Community well-being and water reform - July 2010 report compiled from hundreds of interviews of Murray Darling Basin residents.
The Glove Box Guide has locally specific and general information on managing remnant vegetation including vegetation assessment, property planning, revegetation, fire, weeds and grazing. To read more click here.
The Felton Valley has a weather station that is accessible by ringing 46958237. It provides up to date temperature and rainfall data.