Case Studies

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Working on Country together

Planning Cultural Heritage Pest control

Coffs Harbour Landcare Annual Awards

Acknowledging local achievements

Biodiversity Community

Clarence Native Bee Rescue and Community Education

Educating about native bee identification and protection at our Native Bee Expo, training workshops and with educational material.

Biodiversity Education Workshops

Showcasing Organic Beef and Pork farming in the Clarence

Community awareness and education about sustainable agriculture including two field days, a workshop, two fact sheets and on ground work.

Soils Education Workshops

Landcare Eco Day Experience for Stage 3 Students

Parkes and Forbes Shire students learning to make a difference in their environment

Youth Education Community

Back to Bulgandramine Cultural Gathering

Central West Lachlan Landcare, in partnership with the Peak Hill Aboriginal Working Party celebrated National Reconciliation Week 2016 with a weekend of cultural activities

Cultural Heritage Community

Forbes Schools Celebrate National Tree Day with Landcare

Students from Forbes participated in Schools National Tree Day activities

Youth Native Vegetation Education

Grassy woodland conservation

A team effort in helping manage our endangered communities

Education Native Vegetation Planning Biodiversity

Compost on farms

Using compost in grazing and cropping systems

Soils Cropping Grazing

Environmental partnership recognised

Developing long term partnerships

Hand in Hand

Riparian restoration, farming and tourism

Riparian Education

Northern Rivers Intrepid Landcare

Young people engaged in adventurous landcare

Riparian Youth

Re-igniting Land for Wildlife

Providing Land for Wildlife in Byron Shire

Native Vegetation Biodiversity Habitat Workshops

Totally Wild Schools Plantings

Tree planting excursion for local school children

Sitting above Bellingen – Sarah Wheelwright and Peter Guthridge’s upper catchment property

Committed landholders in the upper Bellingen Valley are making a significant change to the property through local energy and commitment energy and commitment.

Weed control Native Vegetation Biodiversity

River Health and the Bellingen River Snapping Turtle

In response to a severe mortality event of the Bellinger River Snapping Turtle, Bellinger Landcare collaborated with the community to promote the importance of River Health.

Riparian Water quality Cultural Heritage

Building a Group at Frenchmans Creek

Support and increase community engagement to raise the awareness of the value of peri-urban bushland

Weed control Native Vegetation Biodiversity Habitat Community Public Lands and Reserves

Revitalising Groups

Local Landcare Coordinator bringing back the energy


Growing Youth Engagement

Broken Hill Landcare creating partnerships with local schools

Youth Education

National Tree Day

A platform to engaging youth in Landcare

Youth Biodiversity Education Community