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Friends of Aranda Bushland
Friends of Black  Mtn
Friends of Glenburn
Friends of Googong
Friends of Jerrabomberra Wetlands
Friends of Mt Majura
Friends of the Pinnacle
Hoskinstown Landcare
Queanbeyan Landcare
Royalla Landcare
Sullivans Creek
Watson Woodlands Working Group

Are you or your group interested in joining us in 2016?

Download  a Molonglo Catchment Group Membership form 2016 (Download 66.5KB) (Download 67.7KB)


Memberships are for the calendar year.

Individual Membership

Community Group Membership

Corporate Membership

The Group has been active since 2004 and in this short time has developed some impressive initiatives including the production and implementation of the Molonglo Catchment Strategy, culminating in the Australian Government Regional Landcare Award for the ACT in 2005. The implementation of the Strategy is underway, having provided support to landholders undertaking riparian rehabilitation works within priority sub-catchments through funding under the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program, the current projects continue in a similar vein, with incentives supported by the Australian Government's Caring for our Country initiative. The Group facilitates the Molonglo Catchment Health indicators Program (M-CHiP), a community water-quality monitoring program throughout the catchment.

What do you get for your membership?

The Group will, amongst other things:

  • Small Project Funding Support

    The Molonglo Catchment Group has used interest on grants to offer its member groups funding for on-ground projects (eg. for plants, tree-guards, herbicides or pesticides), small equipment, field days and workshops.  Because of low interest rates we are currently unable to continue to make this offer.

    In previous rounds, applications were normally be expected to be up to $600 + GST. Applications were assessed according to criteria including consistency with the Molonglo Catchment Strategy, ACT NRM Council’s Bush Capital Legacy and/or the South East Catchment Action Plan. Applications for small equipment will be assessed for the benefits to Landcare / Park Care volunteers within the region.  Preference will be given to applications that deliver direct on-ground actions for weed control, pest control, re-vegetation and fencing to protect native vegetation

    Small grants awarded in 2014-15

    Group   Project  

    Amount funded

    Mt Ainslie Weeders CVA team Hire to control Cootamundra wattle 700
    Friends of Mt Majura Hire CVA team to assist with ground preparation   700
    Queanbeyan Landcare   Save the Parklets 250
    Friends of Grevillea Park   Herbicide   260
    Friends of Black Mountain   Tools and herbicide  85
    Friends of Black Mountain   Brochure printing/wildlife walks 1,349
    Royalla Landcare   Common Reserve Snowgum planting & fencing 972.04
    Total amount funded      $4,181.40

    Small grants awarded in 2013-14

    Group   Project  

    Amount funded

    Mt Ainslie Weeders   Trolley, CVA team to help with weed management   715
    Friends of Mt Majura   Hire CVA team to assist with ground preparation   660
    Friends of Mt Majura   Tools   565
    Captains Flat and District Landcare   Herbicide for woody weed management on Kerrs Creek and Molonglo River   390
    Friends of Grevillea Park   Herbicide   260
    Friends of Black Mountain   Tools   426
    Friends of the Pinnacle   Tree guards   594
    Narrabundah Landcare   Herbicide, contract weed management, plants   500
    Total amount funded      $4,110

    Small grants awarded in 2012

    Group Project Amount funded
    Friends of Mt Majura National Tree School Day 385
    Friends of Black Mountain   Tools 500
    Captains Flat and District   Landcare Herbicide for woody weed control   587
    Under the auspice of Queanbeyan Landcare Revegetation of 'Parklet'   250
    Mt Ainslie Weeders Hatchets   419
    Royalla Landcare Plants and guards   500
    Total amount funded    $2,641


  • provide assistance in the development of projects and sponsor applications for grants such as Australian Government Community Action Grants and ACT and NSW Government Environment Grants by members and member groups, and assist with administration of the grant;
  • provide a fortnightly electronic bulletin with information about items of interest, coming events and funding opportunities in the Molonglo catchment;
  • provide assistance to develop Placestories  to promote your group and your group's projects (see some of these at our PlaceStories page, or the recent one promoting Friends of Glenburn);
  • provide a regular newsletter highlighting our recent activities and those of our member groups;
  • offer a range of small equipment such as GPS units for loan;
  • consider requests to subsidise training such as ChemCert, First Aid Certificate, Chainsaw Operation Certificate and relevant forum/workshop attendance by members and member groups’ members;
  • provide expertise on local vegetation; and
  • provide assistance with River and Grassland Restoration.

Individual Membership

If you are not directly involved in a member Landcare or Parkcare group, then individual membership may be for you.

As well as the above, individual members are covered by MCG's Volunteer Accident and Public Liability Insurance at MCG-organised events and activities.

Community Group Membership

For community groups, in addition to the above, the Molonglo Catchment Group will:

  • offer small grants to our member groups to assist with on-ground projects, hold talks and field days and purchase small equipment and chemicals such as back-pack sprayers and herbicide;
  • make small equipment such as GPS units, a data projector, digital camera, and HD video camera available for loan;
  • maintain web-pages, (e.g. notification of activities, make newsletters downloadable) on behalf of member groups to keep their members and the wider community informed of activities; and
  • provide access to a display trailer.

Corporate Membership

The benefits of official membership to Corporate bodies are many.  The MCG is eager to form working relationships with industry and corporate bodies. Ultimately, relationships that benefit the community whilst raising the environmental awareness and profile of your organisation are in fact, a win-win proposition. Corporate membership will be acknowledged by the MCG through:

  • Provision of an official Membership Certificate;
  • Inclusion of a short summary of your organisation (including a logo) on our website ‘Our Partners’ page; and
  • A written notice in our weekly Email circular, ‘News & Events’— to over 400 community volunteers, government agencies and politicians.
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