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Community NRM groups
There are many local community groups that may to suit your interests. The range includes:
- NRM groups including regional NRM bodies, Landcare and Coastcare. Visit the Queensland Water and Land Carers website for more information.
- Conservation and environmental groups, such as state and regional conservation councils and special interest groups, welcome new members and volunteers. See the Queensland Conservation Council website for more information.
- Service organisations, like Lions and Rotary that are often involved in community NRM events. See the Lions website and Rotary website for more information.
- Non-government organisations for a variety of interests. See the Support from non-government organisations web page for more information.
Start a community NRM group
There are Landcare groups, Coastcare groups and other NRM groups throughout Queensland but maybe there’s not one in your area.
These ‘care’ groups have been started by energetic local people who are passionate about caring for natural resources in their area. If there is no care group in your area and you are interested in starting one, visit the Queensland Water and Land Carers website for information and advice.
Last updated 28 February 2011