Case Studies

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MEPAAW Pasture Weeds Workshop

Common and invasive weeds in local pastures - their management and control

MEPAAW

Setting sights on river health

All aboard for the Upper Richmond Creek Crawl exploring weeds, erosion challenges and restoration efforts

Riparian MEPAAW Weed control Erosion Control

MEPAAW Deer Roadshow

Coordinating a regional approach to Managing Established Pest Animals and Weeds in the NW

MEPAAW Pest control

MEPAAW Weeds Roadshow

Coordinating a regional approach to Managing Established Pest Animals and Pests in the NW

Weed control MEPAAW

Crescent Head and Point Plomer Bush Care

In a relatively short period of time the Crescent Head and Point Plomer Bush Care group have developed a successful volunteer bush regeneration program that has engaged with both locals and international visitors alike.

Native Vegetation Community

On the spot with soils

Working with soil grid mapping and variable rate fertiliser on dairy farms

Soils

Hosting conversations that matter

A multi-regional community of practice gathering at Utungan

Strontian Road Landcare tackle salinity 1991-2019

Strontian Road Landcare transfer funds to help others

Soils Native Vegetation Biodiversity

Field Day/ Workshop

Central Coast Plateau including Kulnura and Yarramalong areas: Healthy Soils & Integrated Weed management for improved land management - Sunday 26th May 2019

Weed control MEPAAW

Plastic Forests recycling on-farm plastics

Where does the recycled wrap end up?

Where did the toad cross the road?

Cane toad control at the containment line of the Summerland Way - assessing the march of the toad and building community response

Pest control

Helping hollow dependant fauna

Expanding habitat with nest boxes

Biodiversity Education Monitoring Habitat

Ring the Bell

Rescuing the Bell River junction: Focusing on rehabilitation, to promote, educate, create and activate ongoing innovative staged solutions for restoration.

Riparian Erosion Control

Drug Money for Landcare

Equipment seized by police in drug raids can have a more positive purpose in its next life.

EDITOR'S PICK Education Community Local Government

Soils for Life Visit

Tour of Stuart Town and Burrendong Arboretum by Soils for Life founder Michael Jeffery

Native Vegetation

Battery Project

A two year project to raise awareness for people to safely discard old batteries lying around on rural properties and also in urban areas.

EDITOR'S PICK Grazing Community Livestock

Compost Tea on Farm

Field day to look at the practical use and application of compost tea on a farm scale

Soils

No Myna issue

Eurobodalla Indian Myna control program

MEPAAW

Kicking Off to a Good Start

Setting up a new group is an exciting milestone for a Landcare Coordinator. By taking a well-planned approach and using some good facilitation tools such as World Cafe, a new group was enthusiastically formed.

EDITOR'S PICK

Revitalising a Landcare Group in times of Drought

When landholders are facing a major drought, Landcare can provide important grass roots community support to farmers.

EDITOR'S PICK Soils Climate Biodiversity