GER is partnering with The National Landcare Network (NLN) to promote and advance community-led connectivity conservation and large landscape restoration across Australia.
The NLN is the peak body for community Landcare groups across Australia. With more than 2,000 active state and territory Landcare organisation members representing 6000+ Landcare groups and more than 16,0000 individual members, the NLN represents community Landcare across the country and seeks to foster, support and strengthen the knowledge, resources and capabilities of the Landcare movement.
GER has been working alongside the Landcare network since the start, with a number of our regional partnerships such as Slopes to Summit, K2W and Hunter Valley being hosted by or closely interconnected with local Landcare groups.
GER and the NLN are both members of the Restoration Decade Alliance, an Australian network of non-profit environmental restoration groups supporting the objectives of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.
Learn more about the National Landcare Network here.