The Inglewood & Texas Landcare Association Inc was originally initiated by local landholders of the former Inglewood Shire in 1984. The group was originally known as the Inglewood Shire Land Management Group and changed it's name to the Inglewood Shire Landcare Group Inc. in the early nineties up until the end of 2008, when the name of the group changed to the Inglewood & Texas Landcare Association. The last name change was due to amalgamation of councils between the Inglewood Shire, Goondiwindi town and Waggamba Shire to form the Goondiwindi Regional Council.
The group is run by a management committee of 6 landholders. The Inglewood & Texas Landcare office is located in the QGAP office in the town of Inglewood.
The Inglewood & Texas Landcare Office, Inglewood
The purpose of the Inglewood & Texas Landcare Association is to promote and achieve the best possible economical and environmentally sustainable use of Natural Resources by all members of our community. This will be achieved by implementing the following:
e. Sustainable productivity
f. Continuous monitoring
The Inglewood and Texas Landcare Association works closely with its regional NRM bodies. The running of the Inglewood & Texas Landcare Office is self funded through a combination of Federal and State grant funding as well as local council projects and the organisation offers a wide range of technical assistance for landholders to access.
The management committee comprises of six landholders that are responsible for the daily running of the Inglewood & Texas Landcare office. Committee members are: