Case Studies

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Our River Cleaner (ORC)

Assisting community cleaning up the foreshores of the Parramatta River catchment.


Restoring & Regenerating Koala Habitat

On ground action to protect and restore priority koala habitat

NEW Koalas

Coastcare Site Action Plans Provide Direction

Detailed Site Action Plans are being developed with all of the Manning Coastcare groups as discuss and plan future works.


Community Engagement & Learning

Over 200 landholders, local residents and speakers gathered together to learn and connect at the recent Landcare Adventure


Roadside Revegetators

Students learn about roadside vegetation in the Riverina

NEW Community Habitat Revegetation

Bring in Nature for Rivercare

Biodiversity and Education Committee plans for coordinated action


National Tree Day 2022, Lake Cargelligo

Students from Lake Cargelligo Pre-School and St Francis Xavier's Primary School increase their tree cover yet again

Natural history signs for Lake Cargelligo

Artwork and text completed for natural history signs that will be situated along foreshore walkway

Seeding Trial in the Mid Hunter

Trialling mine site rehabilitation techniques on degraded Spotted Gum Ironbark Forest

Tackling Climate Change with Cultural Burning

Healing Country & Community with Good Fire Practices

Strategic Planning our way out of the smoke

Bringing Landcarers from across our region together, to contribute to a strategic planning session for the future direction, priorities and tactics of our network .


Creating a Regional Newsletter

In a further step to engage landcarers across the region, in 2021 we merged our local newsletter into one, singular, monthly regional newsletter.

Youth involvement at Lake Cargelligo

Youth program Down The Track continues its involvement with ecological monitoring during an overnight trip in autumn 2022

Cultural Heritage

Fish info day at Lake Cargelligo

Officers from NSW Fisheries and Lake Cargelligo Landcare co-hosted an all-things-fishy morning on 12 March 2022

Aquaculture Education

South East Landcare mapping training

What's possible when motivated volunteers drive the sharing of skills and knowledge.


Firearms Safety Training for Women & Minors

Increasing skills, confidence & safety


Bobin Creek: Surviving Fire, Floods and Feral Intruders

Landholder action on erosion & tree loss

Revegetation Erosion Control Local Government Riparian Weed control

Landcare helps to connect farmers with Aboriginal communities

South East Landcare together with Hovells Creek and Boorowa Community Landcare Groups held a two-day Aboriginal cultural heritage workshop for local farmers to recognise and record sites on their properties.

EDITOR'S PICK Cultural Heritage

Flash flooding impacts Splitters Creek

January 2022 heavy rainfall took everyone by surprise

EDITOR'S PICK Erosion Control