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About Sustaining Williams Valley Inc

Sustaining the Williams Valley (SWV Inc) is a community group based near the town of Dungog which sits on the upper reaches of the Williams River.  SWV Inc is an independent group who see the need for maintenance and encouragement of the natural cycle, to allow locals and visitors alike to enjoy the area, for the sustainable management of land and for the natural life of the valley to thrive.

SWV Inc’s aims are to:

  • be an effective advocate for the sustainability of the Williams Valley
  • identify, create and implement initiatives that will meet sustainability objectives
  • build and foster relationships with all stakeholders
  • ensure integrated management founded upon stewardship
  • build publicly accessible knowledge relating to the Williams Valley
  • promote catchment planning to include managing for the effects of climate change
  • to celebrate the ecological and social value of the Williams Valley
  • to establish a realistic funding base that can support projected activities.

Our latest news - Weeping Lilly Pilly Project

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Planting Morning on 13th May 2021 at Frank Robinson Park

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Tree Planting workshop - video by Hunter Landcare network

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Our latest news - REPAWA

Repawa Bulk Buy is Open

Repawa Bulk Buy is Open As part of its focus on community owned renewable energy (CORE), SWV Inc formed Repawa.  […]

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Solar Bulk Buy Project - REPAWA Dungog

With electricity costs rising over the last few years, many households and businesses are finding that creating their own electricity […]

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Enthusiasm grows for Dungog CORE projects

The enthusiasm for CORE (Community Owned Renewable Energy) continued on Saturday 25th August with 31 people gathering over afternoon tea […]

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