The Woady Yaloak Catchment Project is a community based landcare project that evolved from the collaboration of seven Landcare groups within the Woady Yaloak River Catchment. The groups were Pittong-Hoyles Creek, the Dales, Haddon, Rokewood, Werneth, Misery Moonlight and Grenville.
In 2015 the founding Landcare groups took the decision to cease independent operation and amalgamate with the overarching Woady Yaloak Catchment Group. Representative from each of the previous Landcare group area are elected at the annual general meeting. The project began in 1992 and has been providing funding support for Landcare projects for more than twenty years. It attracts funding from a range of sources to support on-ground Landcare projects, such as tree planting, weed control, rabbit control, wetland development, erosion work, creekline protection/rehabilitation, pasture and cropping trials, protection of remnant vegetation, and more.