Case Studies

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Long Term Landcare Volunteer Recognised as a Hidden Treasure

CWLL Deputy Chairperson recognised as DPI Rural Women's Network Hidden Treasure

Bedgerabong Rural Women's Wellbeing Workshop

Rural Women's Wellbeing Workshop held at Bedgerabong Hall

Ferals and Weeds across YAN

Feral and Invasive Weed Awareness across Yass Area Network

Weed control MEPAAW Pest control Education

Statewide Gathering Report for 2019

Revisiting the state-wide gathering of Landcare Coordinators across NSW

#comms

NSW Landcare Hero Appeal Recalls Childhood Memories

As part of the NSW Landcare Heroes Campaign, CWLL Coordinator, Marg Applebee shared a daily personal blog leading up to Christmas

Passion mashing with seeds, bees and cheese

Valuing volunteerism - learning, helping and sharing a meal

Native Vegetation

Healthy Soils, Healthy Farms Education Program

Landcare shares the knowledge of how farmers care for our most precious resource soil to school children

Soils Education Rangelands

Native plant identification

Tailoring Eucalypt identification to a range of groups

Native Vegetation Education

Wiradjuri Artist in Schools

Bringing nature and culture to the classroom

Youth Education Cultural Heritage

"Goin' to the Henty Field Days" 2018

All In It Together - landcare partnerships across state and regional boundaries

Community

Hunter River Reserve bushland restoration

Community working to restore historic reserve on the Hunter River

Revitalising Landcare in Broken Hill

Reviving a decade-old group that had gone stagnant

Community

Wollombi weeds, wildlife and conservation

Wollombi Landcare Field Day brings the community together to share and learn

Education

Wildlife Discovery at Earth Care Park

Landcarers learn how to use infrared cameras to detect native wildlife

Biodiversity Education Habitat

Managing the Invasion of Indian Mynas

Information session to improve knowledge on managing Indian Mynas.

Pest control

Accidental Councillor

To provide skills to those who find themselves acting as a councillor by accidents simply because of their role in the community.

Keeping Vertebrate Pest Numbers at Bay

Capacity building of people is playing a critical role in controlling vertebrate pests in Western NSW

Education Pest control

Putty Creek restoration funded

Three Valleys Landcare successful in Environmental Trust Grant

Weed control Native Vegetation Habitat Riparian Erosion Control Education