Start your own Intrepid Landcare tribe
One of the most common questions we get asked is whether you can start your own Intrepid Landcare
The answer is yes! Totally!
The next question is how
To kick start your own Intrepid Landcare get in touch with us and share why you want to kick start a local tribe. You could be a lone wolf or part of a bigger pack, we are cool either way. We offer connection to support your vision. You can get in touch by emailing email@example.com or send us a private message on Facebook.
Let’s get you off the ground – kick starting your tribe
You’ve found a tribe of like-minded peeps, understand what Intrepid Landcare is about, and now you’re super pumped to start rockin’ your own Landcare thing!
To get you started, check out our info pack, which answers most of the questions you might be thinking. This info pack was put together by people like yourself who decided to connect with us and start their own tribe.
Download the info pack and use it as a ‘guide’ to step you through what needs to happen.
Download our free resources to get you started
We also have heaps of resources available to use and share including ‘how to engage young people’ to a whole suite of ‘project templates’. This means once you are up and running you just need to download these templates and get crackin’ doing stuff that matters.
How do University Intrepid Landcare tribes start
It can be a pre-lecture preso, or a spark of enthusiasm from a group of keen students that has then led to a university tribe kicking off. Usually the univeristy Clubs and Societies network is a great place to start. Established groups have pitched the idea of starting their own Intrepid Landcare club, submitted an application, developed a logo and started creating and promoting their own events on and off campus to help recruit student volunteers to go out and start working on cool local Landcare projects.
How do other Intrepid Landcare tribes start
Most tribes are born out of an Intrepid Landcare Leadership Retreat. Where we work with communities to bring together a group of like-minded peeps, and coach them through what it takes to lead on stuff that matters. How to get clear on what it is that’s important, how to take action, and how to bring others in on the journey. But this isn’t always the case and not the only way a tribe can form. Sometimes groups of young people are already clear on their direction, what they want to do, they reach out to us, tap into our free resources, and get cracking on creating an awesome network of young people doing cool projects in their community. Check out the existing tribes.