Cambooya Landcare Association Inc.

Supporting  productive and sustainable  land management

About Us
Cambooya Landcare Association services the area of the Cambooya Shire that is now amalgamated into the Toowoomba Regional Council with numerous other small shires.
Within its boundaries are many small towns surrounded by rural residential settlements and a variety of farms with horticultural, cropping, grazing or a mix of enterprises.
The aims of Cambooya Landcare are to:
  • Provide Landcare related information and education to the community.
  • Maintain a resource of publications and tools to assist landholders.
  • Enable farmers and landholders to manage their land sustainably and maintain and improve the environment.
  • Partner government (local, state and federal) and other Natural Resource Management Groups.
 
Cambooya Landcare seeks funding from various sources to initiate and manage projects that will enhance the above aims.
Meetings
The Cambooya Landcare Association Inc. meets on the second Monday of every month at 5:30 pm.  Meetings are held at the Cambooya Landcare Office, 64 Eton Street, Cambooya.
Latest News 
Tree Planting Day - Saturday 27 February 2021
A volunteer tree planting is planned to restore the native vegetation at Federation Park, Vale View. See more details here and RSVP by Thursday 25 February 2021 to cambooyalandcare@gmail.com.
Street Library Launch - December 2020
Thanks to the Toowoomba Regional Council Community Micro-Grant and workmanship of Geoffrey Whitbread of Geoff’s Woodland Creations and Yellow Bridge Qld, Cambooya residents and visitors can enjoy the new Street Libray located in front of the Cambooya Landcare Office.
Annual General Meeting - December 2020
The Cambooya Landcare Assocation's Annual General Meeting was held and included a fascinating presentation on the application of drones by Roger Woods and the team from Drone Commander Australia.

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This website was made possible through funding from the Queensland Government's Gambling Community Benefit Fund

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Cambooya Landcare Association and its members acknowledge the long-standing connection to land, waters and community of the Giabul people—traditional custodians of the country on which we live and work. We pay respect to Elders both past and present.