Water in The Landscape is an initiative of the Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) and funded by NSW Environmental Trust. Between 2010 and 2012 we want the people of Western Sydney to start thinking and talking about the water all around them and how it affects their quality of life.
What’s it about?
The name says it all; Water in The Landscape is all about water around us: ● the amount and quality of water in our creeks, rivers and lakes ● stormwater, drainage and flooding ● irrigation of parks, playing fields and farms ● groundwater ● pollution ● soil erosion and ● salinity.
What do we do?
The project aims to bring communities together, getting residents, neighbours, local businesses and community groups exploring the issues of water management and its impact on our environments.
How do we do it?
We organise fun and unique events all over Western Sydney – and everybody is invited! Come along and celebrate the water around us and help us find ways to improve those areas that need some help.
It’s all about you
We invite you to come to our events and to share your view with the rest of the world. Send us your photo’s, stories, or comments on the water in places.