Case Studies

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Koala Habitat Restoration Program

13 landholders have come together in the Kurrajong area to restore bushland remnants on their properties to create a better corridor for the local population of koalas

Native Vegetation

"Rats of the Sky" - Indian Mynas - not just an Urban problem

A recent roadshow of Myna Bird Control workshops highlighted the growing concern in both urban and rural areas of our region about the increasing numbers of Indian Myna birds in our region and their impact.


Weeds finder web tool

A self help tool for weed ID and advice

Weed control

Fighting ferals

Cross tenure feral animal and weed control to improve the condition of Eurobodalla EECs

Pest control

Record Breaking

A systematic approach to recording landcare volunteer hours - riding on a wave of 'in kind' hours

Learning about feral cats evasive nature

Research is underway to narrow down how to effectively manage feral cats on farm.

MEPAAW Pest control

Riverkeeper Relaunch

A chance to connect with the new LLCI


Riverina MEPAAW Workshops

Regional Pest and Weeds Roadshow

Weed control MEPAAW Pest control

Oh deer! What a nuisance.

Increasing community awareness of deer in the Tweed

MEPAAW Education

Living on the Edge

Landholder engagement to manage introduced species on the edges of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area

Weed control Native Vegetation Biodiversity Habitat Public Lands and Reserves

Crackdown on Indian Myna

Successful trapping techniques and the impact of Indian Myna’s on native birds was strongly presented at local workshop.

MEPAAW Pest control

Serrated Tussock, the Persistent Problem

Integrated monitoring and control of Serrated Tussock was a focus at the annual Farmer Update.

Weed control MEPAAW Biodiversity

Biological Controls - New Tools for Landholders

Invasive Grass Hammered by Fungus

Weed control Soils

Improving soil and pasture health to reduce weeds

Holding two on farm field days in Byron Shire through the Managing Pest Animals and Weeds (MEPAAW) project

Weed control Soils

Groovin' Grassroots rocks Bedlam Bay

A festival to celebrate environmental volunteering in the heart of leafy north Sydney

Weedwise - A Dynamic Resource

Engaging & educating our community

Weed control Native Vegetation Biodiversity

Albury-Wodonga District Get-together

Community groups gathering to build strong cross-group communication


Fighting Fireweed

GLENRAC hosted a weeds workshop to increase knowledge and skills for Fireweed management and prevention.

Weed control MEPAAW Education Monitoring

Spotlight on deer and other ferals

Understanding deer and raising awareness of efficient new control methods

MEPAAW Pest control

Narromine Bush Food Community Garden

This activity aims to establish a new Bush Food garden at the local historical museum to assist the centre to expand its facilities in order to increase visitor numbers. This garden will allow Landcare, local schools and other associated organisations to facilitate educational programs based around “bush tucker” and their traditional inteded uses