The Junee Area Landcare Network (JALN) is an incorporated network of Landcare groups in the Junee region. The network area covers the Junee Shire, and a small part of the Coolamon and Wagga Wagga Shires.

The network includes the areas of Coffin Rock, Downside, Harefield, Junee, Junee Reefs, Merrybidinyah, Wantabadgery, Wantiool and Winchendonvale.


Aims and objectives

The aims and objectives of JALN are:

  • To address issues which affect on-farm and wider catchment environmental sustainability,
  • To coordinate local natural resource management activities through effective project management,
  • To educate the community on best practice farming, and
  • To inspire the community by providing information on wildlife and improving biodiversity.



The issues JALN is working on include:

  • Reversing tree decline
  • Tackling dryland salinity, by lowering the water table, and establishing perennial pastures
  • Addressing soil acidity
  • Controlling soil erosion
  • Offering public environmental education
  • Improving on-farm sustainability, through best practice cropping and grazing
  • Improving biodiversity, by providing wildlife corridors, fox baiting, conserving and extending existing remnant vegetation, direct seeding, adding understorey to existing tree plots, and installing nest boxes to overcome a lack of established trees.

You are invited to become a member today!

Having active members helps us to demonstrate community support and attract funding for projects of interest to our members.



Some of the benefits of being a member include:

  • Access to group funding opportunities, to assist with works on your property
  • Invitations to attend Landcare field days, workshops and social events
  • Opportunities to join with your neighbours to share knowledge and ideas, and work together to improve the sustainability and production capacity of your property
  • The chance to help out with projects in your local area, and make a real difference to our community.

For more information, please contact your Local Landcare Coordinator Mikala Maher:

Email –

Mobile – 0429 458 717