A Blaze Aid initiative will see volunteers descend on Inverell with a mission to help rebuild fire-damaged fences.
People from across the nation will arrive in town on Thursday, camping for eight weeks.
February's Tingha Plateau fire burnt through more than 23,400 hectares of land, destroying 14 houses, 44 outbuildings and countless property fences.
Inverell Shire Council mayor Paul Harmon said 18 rural landholders had stepped forward to receive Blaze Aid assistance.
He encouraged others to follow suit by contacting council.
"We know that hundreds of kilometres of farm fences have been lost in the fires, so council certainly welcomes Blaze Aid's arrival and has been working with the state government and local organisations to establish the Blaze Aid camp at the showground.
"The Blaze Aiders work alongside landholders to help rebuild fences and structures that have been damaged or destroyed in the bushfire and include retired tradespeople and farmers," he said.
Cr Harmon said the camp was expected to inject hundreds of thousands of dollars into the local economy through purchases of food, fencing equipment, services and fuel from locally owned businesses.
"The volunteers come with all their own equipment and insurance and can also provide vouchers to purchase fencing materials."
Blaze Aid is a registered charity which assists communities recovering from natural disasters by providing volunteer labour and assistance to those in need.
Blaze Aid expects up to 40 volunteers to be camped at the Inverell Showground at any one time.
The charity is calling for local clubs, volunteer groups or businesses to sign up to participate on a roster to prepare an evening meal for Blaze Aid volunteers once each fortnight.
Organisations wishing to assist can contact Inverell Shire Council on 6728 8288.
For more information about Blaze Aid head to the website www.blazeaid.com.au/