Case Studies

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Landcare and Council: It works well in Wagga!

A successful relationship with your Local Council can have huge benefits for Landcare groups


Growing the Future

Native Plant Seed Collection 2023

Enhancing Farm Landscape Understanding

The workshop aimed to empower local farmers with a holistic understanding of their farm landscapes, fostering sustainability and resilience.

Kids and devices – Using them for good, not evil!

If you can’t beat them, join them; encouraging kids to use their devices - for positive outcomes

Fire Recovery at Reedy Creek Park

Landcare engaging with Batlow community groups to help fire recovery at Reedy Creek Park.

Bushfire recovery support in the Riverina Highlands

Working with local communities to recover from the Black Summer Fires of 2019-20.

BCT-Landcare Glossy Black Cockatoo Field Day

On Saturday 26th November 2022 a small group visited Scott Nature Reserve in Mulloon to learn about the Glossy Black Cockatoo and conservation efforts on private land.

Opening of the Narrandera Murrumbidgee Landcare office

A new multifunction hub, offering an inviting space that encourages people to drop in and actively engage with Landcare

Platy-project: Citizen scientist

Murrumbidgee Landcare Inc and Yanco Creek and Tributaries Advisory Council (YACTAC) came together in the effort to spread awareness about conserving the habitats for Platypus in the Riverina

Resilient Pastures RCS Grazing Clinic

A 2.5 day grazing clinic for local landholders, focussing on how to build resilience and prepare for dry times. The clinic was run by Resource Consulting Services (RCS) Australia.

Agri System Development

Creating a range of Agri system opportunities in the Wakool region

Wakool Sheep Night 2022

An annual event, an iniative of Central Murray Best Wool Best Lamb

World Wetlands Day Yabby Festival

Celebrating World Wetland Day with a visit to Pollack Lagoon

River Country Biolink

The River Country Biolink is located in the mid-Murray River delta, an internationally significant biodiversity hotspot. It will connect the Wakool and Murray Rivers and the Murray Valley National Park and Campbell’s Island state forest through productive land.

Barham Lakes Visioning

A healthy, sustainable, inclusive community space, connecting people and places for generations.

Clubarham Small Bodied Native Fish Nursery

CluBarham Lakes precinct was initially constructed in the 1980s and stocked with native fish species.

Reconnecting River Country

Community Led Feedback Project

Capacity Building Program

Broadening Ideas, Skill Sets and Capacity in the Wakool Region

Defibrillator Machines

WMLIG has successfully secured two defibrillators through Murray Irrigation Limited’s Community Grants program. These life-saving devices have been placed at our office location to ensure 24/7 public access to these critical emergency tools.

Native Fish Salvage Project

Relocating Native Fish from Irrigation Channels