Case Studies

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Cane Toad Detection Dogs On The Front Line

Combating the spread of Cane Toads - Are Conservation Detection Dogs another weapon in our arsenal?


Four endangered ecological communities protected

Nambucca Valley Landcare's Protecting Endangered Ecological Communities at Northern Nambucca project has triumphed.


Community groups working together

Tweed Landcare and Tweed Valley Wildlife Carers working together to respond to drought and fire recovery leads to formal partnership.


Caring for Paddock Sentinels

Planting and Protecting Paddock Trees across the Kyeamba and Tarcutta Valley Landcare Groups


Landcare benefits from ANU Science Support

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.


Koala Habit Corridor Program - providing landholder support

Working with landholders in Kurrajong to overcome challenges encountered since starting the Koala Habitat Corridor Program 8 months ago.


Value of Community

How we can work together to save money, plant trees and help each other


Drought Break Workshops

Drought break workshops supporting farming families


Improving collaboration with Council

Manning Coastcare is working to improve communication and collaboration with MidCoast Council for better outcomes for all


Grazing Education - Dick Richardson

Grazing Naturally in the Walgett Shire


Life and Light In The Western Region 2020

Using photography as a means to bring people together and increase mental wellbeing

NEW Community Mental Health

Tiny, furry insect terminators!

Microbats of the Young District


2019 NSW Landcare & LLS Conference

Putting the spotlight on the western region of NSW

NEW Landcare

Land for Wildlife

A stepping stone in land conservation


Social Media Strategies

Social Media training in the Central West during COVID19 restrictions


Clean up for Clyde (the Little Penguin)

Landcare and school volunteers help to restore Little Penguin habitat


Fodder Factory Keeping Lambs Fed in Drought

EVAN FRANKHAM has got plenty of lush, nutritious feed on his Suntop farm to keep 500 breeding ewes in full production, but this fodder isn’t being grazed from his bare brown paddocks – it’s being produced from barley seed that’s sprouted in a purpose-made shed called a fodder factory

NEW Grazing Livestock

Black Summer Support Sessions

Oyster Industry Disaster Assistance & Support Sessions


Life After Death

What to do with the dieback trees?