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
 
Cambooya Landcare seeks funding from various sources to initiate and manage projects that will enhance the above aims.
Latest News 
Sausage sizzle & Open Office - September 2017
Cambooya Landcare invited the local community to a sausage sizzle and 'open office' morning at the landcare office in Cambooya.  The event was funded through the Toowoomba Regional Council's Community Drought Support Fund.
Feral Pig Shoot - June 2017
A feral pig workshop was held in Cambooya at the local Bowls Club presenting findings from a recent project funded by Condamine Alliance.
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.

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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.