Network established 1985
This group operates as a network, with five subgroups: Baranduda, Kiewa-Bonegilla, kergunyah-Gundowring, Upper Kiewa & Yackandandah. If you would like to become a Landcare Member, a membership form can be downloaded from the "Forms" folder or you can join online at http://kiewacatchmentlandcare.org.au/
"Restoring native vegetation to create a diverse weed free environment" Baranduda Landcare group is a sub-group of the Kiewa Catchment...
This group covers the areas around Kergunyah and Gundowring in the Kiewa River catchment, and is a sub group of...
This group covers the lower catchment of the Kiewa River, around the Bonegilla area to the east of Wodonga, and...
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Group event Event ended 29 Aug 2016
This is an amazing hands-on opportunity to learn Indigenous weaving techniques, and gain insight into the importance of weaving as...
Group event Event ended 11 Jul 2015
You are invited to join Graeme from Turtles Australia, to learn about turtle life cycles, habitat requirements and different species.
News, 9 Nov 2016,
Kiewa Catchment Landcare is now using online or digital Landcare committee meetings regularly.
News, 24 Feb 2016,
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News, 4 Dec 2015,
Kiewa Catchment Landcare Groups was delighted to receive two Awards at the Fire Awareness Awards held at Melbourne in December...
News, 4 Dec 2015,
Position Title: Kiewa Catchment and Upper Ovens Landcare Facilitator Servicing Kiewa Catchment and Bright areas.Contract: approx.
News, 1 Apr 2013,
The search is on to find the BIGGEST Tree in Kiewa Catchment.Great prizes to be won.
News, 12 Dec 2012,
You are invited to a Native Plant Propagation Workshop this Sunday (16th December) at 2.