What the group does

The Armadale Gosnells Landcare Group (AGLG):

  • Implements on-ground restoration and revegetation projects, including planting natives and removing weeds
  • Educates the community about local landcare issues and provision of technical advice
  • Advocates for the environment where the environment faces pressures from competing landuse processes
  • Works closely with government and other organisations to coordinate a strategic approach to landcare.

How to get involved/volunteer

AGLG host a number of events throughout the year that people can come along to and join in. Registration is required onsite on the day and once completed affords individuals and appropriate level of insurance whilst performing AGLG activities.

AGLG is always looking for extra hands to assist with a range of activities that may include through are not limited to:

  • Planting
  • Weeding
  • Morning or afternoon tea setup
  • Environmental information displays
  • Caretaking / monitoring of bushland sites or waterways.

The level of participation is up to the individual. AGLG welcomes everyone along to its events including children, friends, neighbours and grandparents.

AGLG supplies all equipment including tools, gloves, sunscreen and where appropriate gumboots. 

Participants are required to wear suitable clothing, shoes, hats and water bottles.

To find out about upcoming events, visit the AGLG website and Facebook page.

More information and contact

For more information, including current and past projects and how to get involved visit the AGLG website, or contact the AGLG Coordinator by phone on 9394 5622 or email.

Page Last Reviewed 25 October 2019