Case Studies

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Eurobodalla Intrepid Landcare

Young legends (18-35) getting their hands dirty and connecting with the local environment


The 2022 Fit Farmers event provided valuable learnings from the personal experiences of our local farmers.

GLENRAC's annual Fit Farmers events create a space for farmers from around the region to catch up and check in, not only with themselves, but also each other, to promote better health outcomes.

The 29th Rural Women’s Gathering goes off with a bang in Glen Innes!

More than 100 women from across the New England gathered in 2022, celebrating the 29th Rural Women’s Gathering and relaunching the NSW Rural Women’s Network.


Regrowth Management at Goorangoola

Regrowth management is an ongoing issue in the region particularly following drought and destocking.

Targeting Honey Locust on the Severn River

Improving river health and habitat values on the Severn River between Strathbogie and Ashford in Northern NSW through baseline monitoring and on ground control works.

Biodiversity Connectivity Environment Weed control

Hay Celebrates National School’s Tree Day

The last Friday in July is dedicated to National Schools Tree Day. This year, Hay Public School helped Hay Shire Council and Murrumbidgee Landcare celebrate, learning about the importance of trees in their environment.

Protecting habitat through recovery

GLENRAC has recently completed over 2,900ha of weed monitoring and control of Velvety Tree Pear north-west of Glen Innes.

Biodiversity Agriculture Environment Mapping

Providing Homes and Habitat for Gliders & Glossy Black Cockatoos

This project will support the recovery of two vulnerable species, Squirrel Gliders and the Glossy Black Cockatoo.

Carp Muster

Dunedoo and Coolah Carp Musters Reel Them In!!

Riparian Restoration - Glen Davis

Landcare Youth Campouts in the Capertee Valley

Saving an Aboriginal scar tree

Whilst controlloing Cats Claw and other riparan headwater weeds a very large Red Gum tree was identified. It had a scar 3.5m up the tree and facing the river. It was later burnt out in a severe bushfire - but the tree fell into the river and the fire went out - with the scar intact and prodly sticking above water. What would we do?

Regenerative Agriculture

Improves soil structure and biology, hydration, biodiversity, monitoring and managing stock

Grazing Management

Ground cover equals greater biodiversity and increased biology

Riverina Local Threatened Species take the stage

Understanding Threatened Bird species and their cultural significance

Friends, partners, collaborations.

Friends with benefits-all working together

Fine Art Fungi - community art exhibition

Fine Art Fungi (FAF) was an inclusive and uplifting art exhibition illustrating the importance of fungi. It was part of the Central Tablelands Local Land Services (CTLLS) and Central Tablelands Regional Landcare (CTRL) Mycology May program.


Building our members' capacity

Landcare Illawarra Educational Program

Blake Botanic Reserve Refurbishment

Deniliquin High School students refurbish and construct seating areas for all to enjoy

Upper Richmond River Festival

Putting the spotlight on river health though a festival program offering something for everyone with an interest in caring for our creeks and rivers

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New Landcare Group for Upper Murray

Community enthusiasm has ignited the Landcare passion in Khancoban