The Cathedral Landcare Group (CLG) is located in Victoria, Shire of Murrindindi and based at the foot of the picturesque Cathedral Range State Park. The CLG formed in February 2013 and encompasses the areas of Buxton, Taggerty and surrounds.  Since the 2009 fires, there has been a proliferation of weeds, including blackberry, which are now having an impact upon agricultural production and the natural bush in the area.  The area covered by the CLG is predominantly small to medium landholders with low intensity grazing enterprises and a significant area of public land including several river frontages and state forest / park.
The mission of CLG is: to minimise pests and weeds, revegetate indigenous plants, by raising awareness of landholders, and through collaborative partnerships between individual landholders, CLG, the broader community, and government and non-government agencies.
('Pests' include, but are not limited to rabbits, foxes, feral cats, myna birds, starlings.  'Weeds' includes, but is not limited to blackberry, thistles, capeweed.)
A significant focus of CLG is the auspice of the Triangle Blackberry Action Group (TBAG).
Formerly the South Cathedral Landcare Group.