Wodonga Kiewa Indigo
Landcare and related groups in the Wodonga Kiewa and Indigo Catchments
Landcare networks in this area:
This group operates as a network, with five subgroups operating locally, while the main group operates over almost all of the Kiewa River Catchment. If you would like to become a Landcare Member, a membership form can be downloaded from the "Forms" folder.
Wodonga Urban Landcare Network is a new organisation formed in 2012, providing support to groups and facilitating opportunities for linkages, information sharing, co-operative and wholistic planning and community involvement in land management across the municipality of Wodonga.
Landcare groups in this area:
"Restoring native vegetation to create a diverse weed free environment" Baranduda Landcare group is a sub-group of the Kiewa Catchment Landcare Group, and covers the area around the township of Baranduda, south east of Wodonga.
Bidja Bila Indigenous Landcare Group formed in 2010 to reconnect to the country on the Murray River. The Group is based around the Albury Wodonga area.
Educating and involving the community in protecting, preserving and valuing parklands.
Ghunda Mulla (Fresh Water Women) is an Indigenous Women's Landcare Group operating in the North East of Victoria.
This group covers the catchment of the Huon Creek on the southern edge of Wodonga. Much of the area is residential, with some farming remaining in the upper catchment.
The Indigo Valley Landcare Group covers the whole catchment of the Indigo Creek, through Barnawatha to the Murray River.
This group covers the areas around Kergunyah and Gundowring in the Kiewa River catchment, and is a sub group of the Kiewa Catchment Landcare Group.
This group covers the lower catchment of the Kiewa River, around the Bonegilla area to the east of Wodonga, and is a sub group of the Kiewa Catchment Landcare Group.
This group covers the areas of Leneva and Castle Creek, in the catchments of the House Creek and Middle Creek, south of Wodonga.
The North East Dung Beetle group is a collective of interested Landcare and industry groups and landholders undertaking monitoring and release of Dung Beetles in the region.
Kelly Behrens and Amber Croft are the Regional Landcare Facilitators for North East Victoria.
The Junction Aboriginal Men's Landcare Group was formed to assist in the engagement of young Aboriginal men in learning about the natural environment.
This group covers the areas upstream of Dederang to Mt Beauty in the Kiewa River catchment, and is a sub group of the Kiewa Catchment Landcare Group.
This group covers most of the Yackandandah Creek catchment, and is a sub group of the Kiewa Catchment Landcare Group.