WHAT WE DO?
Beechmont Landcare is a not-for-profit community organisation
working to improve the environment of the Beechmont District through education and projects,
in partnership with the Community, Regional Bodies, Government Agencies and Private Landholders. 
Since 1992, we have undertaken many projects to improve the environment of the plateau.

HOW WE DO IT?
Growing membership - Community capacity building - Raise awareness - Hands on projects - Supporting community heritage values both natural and cultural


CHALLENGES?
Having enough volunteers - Weeds such as Privet, Madeira Vine, Honeysuckle, Corky Passion and Camphor Laurel - Retention and restoration of habitat

HOW YOU CAN HELP?
Join Landcare & volunteer - Remove weeds - Plant indigenous, native plants

OCTOBER 2016 - AKOONAH-TIMBARRA RESERVE DRAFT MANAGEMENT PLAN
Beechmont Landcare is currently developing a draft management plan for the Akoonah-Timbarra Reserve which is owned by Scenic Rim Regional Council.
Any management plan would need to be approved by Scenic Rim Regional Council who are the land manager.
If you would like to provide input into this management plan, please contact Craig Perkins (President) via the details shown below.

LANDCARE MEETINGS

Landcare Annual General Meeting - Thursday 3 August 2017 - 7.30pm at Hall on Graceleigh

Upcoming Landcare Meetings

Thursday 5 October 2017 - 7.30pm at Hall on Graceleigh
Thursday 7 December 2017 - 7.30pm at Hall on Graceleigh



OUR KEY PARTNERS