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VFF's Farm Tree & Landcare Association caters to land management and conservation groups and individuals

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The Farm Tree & Landcare Association was established by the Victorian Farmers Federation (VFF) in 1986, and has since evolved to cater to groups and individuals involved in Landcare, tree planting and similar land management and conservation activities.

The incorporated association currently has over 540 active Member Groups and 16,000 households, including:

  • Landcare
  • Farm Tree
  • Climate Action; and 
  • Friends Of groups.

The FTLA is not directly involved in the day to day running of Member Groups. Rather, it exists to serve the Member Groups and provide support where issues arise that are common across the membership.

A one size fits all approach was considered when the FTLA rules were designed, but given the great range of member groups and the inherent locality of Landcare, it was decided that this would be inappropriate.

The association does, however, expect members to keep accurate and updated membership records to be supplied to the FTLA, and adequate and reportable financial records.

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