Case Studies

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Birds, Bats and Bugs - Engaging Schools in Ecosystem Benefactors

The ‘Birds, Bats and Bugs’ project combined classroom learning with practical outdoor experiences to teach students about ecosystem benefactors.


Local Bushland discovery – Roadsides!

Don't forget about the bush on the roadsides in your area. Its wonderful remnant vegetation.

A Partnership in Biodiversity

The "Bush for Biodiversity" two day event highlighted the success of effective collaboration - "the whole is greater than the sum of its parts".


Bring Back the Glossy Black!

Community Groups in the Riverina come together to assist in the protection of the Glossy Black-Cockatoo

Nari Nari Tribal Council Land Management Expo

Engage with landholders, community members, and stakeholders to learn about the significant work NNTC has undertaken to ensure the ongoing protection of ecologically vital wetlands and important Aboriginal heritage sites at Gayini.

Community Cultural Heritage Wetlands

Black Duck Food Workshop

An authentic native food cultural experience at Black Duck Foods farm near Genoa-Mallacoota , Victoria.

Education Cultural Heritage

Digitally Racing to Save the Environment

Sustainable North West Amazing Enviro Race Adapts

Landcare and Longevity

A brief history of Bubbogullion 100 Landcare Group

Xero Training Day

A Xero training opportunity for existing group of on-farm bookkeepers.

Dustbowl to Wildlife Refuge

Supporting Local Native Wildlife & Biodiversity on Farm

Waterway funding via the State

Collaboration with state members for grant announcement

Supporting Community Landcare Action during COVID-19

During 2020 we saw a growth in membership and an increased interest in volunteering

The ANU brings evidence-based science to Landcare

A collaboration between the Australian National University’s Fenner Institute and Landcare networks in the Central Tablelands and Central West regions is building knowledge and skills for better Box Gum Grassy Woodland management on farmland.

Fire Recovery

Fire Recovery with Mountain Landcare

Erosion control on farms

Managing impacts on threatened species by reducing erosion on farms

Barraba Landcare Group Formation

Endangered species and river health are high priority for many people.

Traditional Native Grains and the Monaro

Exploring the history of native grain use and the re-development of traditional foods in Australian food production systems

Upper Murrumbidgee Landcare turns 25!

Landcare has a long history in our region and this weekend we celebrated the 25th anniversary of Upper Murrumbidgee Landcare.

Women Of Water Workshop

An informal session aimed at connecting rural women with water industry experts in an informal and comfortable setting.

Pollack Swamp Food & Fibre Day

An interactive event highlighting local indigenous wetland foods and fibre