Is your Landcare group achieving its full potential?

21 February 2018

Landcare groups around Australia are finding ways to re-excite their members and grow their numbers by answering the question “how could we become the kind of group we’d seek out and love to be part of.”

At these special CARTs, you’ll harnesses the power of reinvention to spark new zest and enthusiasm in your Landcare group. Hear some great reinvention and communication ideas and have a chance to develop and share your own.


About the workshops

Please note that this is a two-part series and you need to attend both the April session and one of the follow up sessions in May.

Part 1: Saturday 28 April, 10am-3pm
Treetops, Melbourne Museum, 11 Nicholson Street, Melbourne

Les Robinson from Changeology will lead you through a ‘Passion Mashin’ session, inspiring you with lots of fun and simple ideas to transform the way members experience Landcare, while helping you create new ideas for your own group.

Learn more about Les and Changeology 


Part 2: please choose one session
Wednesday 9th May, 6:30 – 9:30pm, Manningham Civic Centre or
Thursday 10th May, 6:30 – 9:30pm, Melton Civic Centre
This workshop will help you to take what was learnt while ‘Passion Mashin’ and share it with the world. Elis Jones PR will give you lots of practical tips and tricks for using communications tools to reach new (and current!) audiences.

Learn more about Elis Jones


Bookings and more information:

Please note: you must attend Part 1 and Part 2 so make sure you book into both sessions.

Book now for Part 1 (Saturday 28 April, Melbourne Museum)

Book now for Part 2 (Wednesday 9th May, Manningham Civic Centre)
Book now for Part 2 (Thursday 10th May, Melton Civic Centre)

For more information contact Anthony Dufty, Sustainable Land Management Coordinator on P: 9971 6506 M: 0439 003 765 | E:


These CARTs have been organised by the Moorabool Landcare Network, with the support of the Port Phillip & Westernport CMA.

Catchment Action Round Tables (CARTs) are networking opportunities that aim to bring together groups and agencies to share their plans, find common ground and identify opportunities for collaborative NRM projects.

More information on CARTs