Case Studies

1057 case studies found

Action Planning for the Mid Hunter LLC

Stakeholder input into the Landcare Coordinator Initiative in the Mid Hunter

Planning Education Workshops Community

Frank Robinson Park riparian regeneration

HRLN secured funding through Hunter Water for Dungog Landcare group

Riparian

Collaboration - Stronger Together

Mid Hunter Landcare invited the Singleton Shire Landcare Network, Hunter Region Landcare Network, Hunter Local Land Services and the Upper Hunter Weeds Authority to show a unified approach to local natural resource management

Planning Resources

Enhancing remnant woodland

Reinstating the shrub layer in woodland communities to improve biodiversity

Native Vegetation Biodiversity

School Indigenous Outdoor Learning Area

Teachers, students and parents sought to create an Indigenous learning and garden area with native foods and cultural items, with support from Landcare and Local Land Services.

Youth Education Cultural Heritage

Training - Financial Management and Governance

Financial management and governance were repeatedly identified as organisational needs in local Landcare groups, so a training day was developed.

Workshops Education

Annual Landcare Celebration

An opportunity for member and neighbouring groups of the Singleton Shire Landcare Network and interested landcarers to meet and re-establish relationships

Community

Native Plant Workshops

Merriwa locals undergo training in native seed collection, identification & propagation.

Soils Biodiversity Education Workshops

The Cat & the Trap

Building landholder capacity in threatened species conservation and control of feral cats at Bald Nob - Skeleton Creek

Biodiversity Education Pest control

Fit Farmers for Glen Innes

GLENRAC hosts an annual Fit Farmers event on National R U OK Day held on the 8th September. This event supports GLENRAC's goal to build a strong and resilient community.

Soils Mental Health Community

Going Where No Landcarer has Gone Before

Starting the new Lower Darling Landcare group along the Darling River

Erosion Control Rangelands Grazing

National Tree Day

A platform to engaging youth in Landcare

Youth Biodiversity Education Community

Greening Wentworth

Murray Darling Junction Landcare and Wentworth Public School unite to green Wentworth.

Youth Native Vegetation Public Lands and Reserves

Growing Youth Engagement

Broken Hill Landcare creating partnerships with local schools

Youth Education

Bre Big Fish

Brewarinna Fishing Club Annual Carp Muster

Riparian Pest control Water quality Soils

Engaging with Mans Best Friend

Louth Working Dog School

Soils Education Grazing Resources

Making an Ass of Wild Dogs

Using wild donkeys as a tool too control wild dogs

Pest control Education Grazing Rangelands

Revitalising Groups

Local Landcare Coordinator bringing back the energy

Community

Reinvigorating Landcare Groups

Fords Bridge Landcare Group

Education Community

Re-igniting Land for Wildlife

Providing Land for Wildlife in Byron Shire

Native Vegetation Biodiversity Habitat Workshops