Collaboration is THE BACKBONE OF LANDCARE AND THE ROOTS OF INTREPID LANDCARE. WE ARE OPEN TO new collaborations AND ACTIVELY SEEK TO COLLABORATE WITH LOCAL, STATE AND NATIONAL LANDCARE NETWORKS.
How to collaborate with Intrepid Landcare
We bring our carefully designed program that empowers young people and Landcare groups to better understand youth engagement and participatory leadership and how to make a difference in areas that matter to groups, communities, and landscapes.
We have designed an affordable and engaging one-day workshop where our facilitators walk Landcare facilitators, coordinators, leaders and volunteers and community members through the steps on how to design and develop an ‘Intrepid Landcare’ inspired project to encourage youth participation in Landcare. This is a carefully designed workshop that empowers people and communities to better understand youth engagement and leadership, which makes a difference in the way they design and deliver future projects.
Bespoke co-designed projects
We bring the latest research and lived experiences to co-design bespoke projects. From forums, networking events and training programs, to public speaking and carefully crafted workshops that aim to support young people, we can co-create something unique for your needs.
Benefits of collaborating with Intrepid Landcare
- Access Intrepid Landcare’s network and resources
- Share ideas, knowledge and experience with like-minded people
- Empower more young people to step up and take on what’s important in your community
A little more about what we do
Everything we do is grounded in self-discovery, leadership and appreciation of communities, Landcare and the environment.
In the design and delivery of all projects, we apply our understanding of how young people participate in environmental matters. Applying the latest researching and bringing our lived experience in Landcare, we call on the overwhelming experience of existing Landcare communities to support young people.
This means young people are supported and mentored by members of their community and more broadly, to lead on matters that they are passionate about.