Labertouche And District Community Centre Inc.


Labertouche and District Landcare is hosting the


Healthy Land Healthy Horses Workshop

To be held at the Labertouche Community Centre

Presented by internationally acclaimed speaker Stuart Myers.

With thanks to major sponsor MELBOURNE WATER.

Jane Myers and Stuart Myers are co- authors of Managing Horses on Small Properties, Horse Safe and Horse Sense

(all published by CSIRO)

Tickets: $20

Morning tea and lunch provided.

Bookings Essential -Follow the link below

Land Management for Horses -Healthy Land Healthy Horses Workshop Tickets, Sat 25/03/2023 at 9:00 am | Eventbrite

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Labertouche and District Sustainable Farming & Landcare Group Inc.

Joining a Landcare Group gives you access to a range of information and support including.

  •      Local knowledge about land management.
  •      Expert speakers on a broad range of agricultural, land management and                      environmental topics.
  •      An opportunity to meet with local people of a similar interest and benefit                      from sharing ideas and experiences that can help with problem solving on                  your property.

Labertouche Landcare welcomes existing and new members



Meetings are held every 2nd  Month on the third Wednesday

at the

 Labertouche & District Community Centre

 7.30- 9.30 PM

 February to November

Membership is only $15 per year.


Jim Armstrong 


Vice President

Geoff Hudson 

0408 343 992


Jillian Goudie


Mary Mumford

0419 885

P.O. Box 140 Garfield Vic 3814

Available to members and to non members at a small cost:

  • Water cart with pump.
  • Trailer to collect plants and carry all  planting  equipment.
  • Hammers.
  • Diggers for planting

    Contact Secretary:Jillian Goudie

Also available:

Pest Animal Management Control – Foxes and Deer.

Contact Trevor Knight :0439-692602


Labertouche Sustainable Farming and Landcare Group was established over 20 years ago by a small group of local landowners who wanted to see the native vegetation protected and encourage and support better farming practices. The main focus of the group is to conduct the majority of its activities on private land but it also has a vested community interest in the protection and maintenance of the nearby public reserves.  Since 1999 the group has completed over 102 projects with 59.6 km fencing, 141 ha protected with over 38,000 trees planted and 11.3 km of direct seeding.

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Monday, Jun 5 at 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Wednesday, Jun 7 at 11:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Friday, Jun 9 at 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Saturday, Jun 10 at 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

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