Landcare means many things to many people. To some it is a symbol of the Australian Landcare movement – a partnership between environmental groups and land owner / occupiers.
To others it represents good sense, caring for our land, whether we are here for the view or to make ends meet.
Established in 1984, the Group focus was on serrated tussock, gorse and rabbits. In more recent times our horizons have extended to soil erosion, river water quality and preservation of native plant populations.
BHLG members are a mix of farmers and small block owners / occupiers of land on, or adjacent to, the Barrabool Hills. Which is a sandstone ridge extending westward from Geelong city towards the Western Districts.
President: Jim Seager
Vice President: Ian Kelly
Secretary: Heike Dunn
Newsletter Editor: Tim Harte
Equipment: Trevor Jones
Mapping: Geoff Anson
Geelomg Landcare Network Delegates: Geoff Anson and Tim Harte
Committee Members: Christa Jones, Judy Cohn, Maddie Steel, Tim Trottier, Kaye Rodden, Anthony Jones
Our Friends and Neighbours
& Batesford Fyansford Stonehaven Landcare Group
& City of Greater Geelong
& Corangamite Catchment Management Authourity
& Friends of Barwon River
& Friends of Buckley Falls
& Friends of Waurn Ponds Creek
& Geelong Field Naturalist Club
& Geelong Landcare Network
& Golden Plains Shire
& Gordon TAFE
& Koala Clancy
& Landcare Victoria Inc
& Leigh and District Landcare Group
& Moriac Community Network
& Otway Agroforestry Network
& Surf Coast and Inland Plains Landcare Network
& Surf Coast Shire
& Upper Barwon Landcare Network