Case Studies

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20:20 Grants: Celebrating 20 years of Landcare

Supporting members via self-funded small grant program

Community Group Health Group re-building

Screen time CAN be good for your health!

Using outdoor movie nights to bring the community together in our beautiful local parks and reserves


A communicative refresh

Reinvigorating GSLN branding and communications strategy to increase audience engagement

Reaching out with helping hands

Duty of care and OH&S obligations when managing volunteers – a workshop

Community Communication tools Resources for volunteers Urban and Peri-urban Workshops Succession planning

Kurri Kurri Scouts Go Bush

Scouts group become Junior Landcarers

Bowraville Connections: People, Purpose, Country, Community

Taking Action

Biodiversity Waterways (streams and rivers aka riparian) Community Public Lands and Reserves

Organic Market Garden Mentoring Program

A mentoring program for young growers to learn organic market gardening in a hands-on commercial setting

Community Education Horticulture Planning Pest control Regenerative Agriculture Small Farms Soils Sustainable Agriculture Youth engagement

Optimising the use of Copper Fungicides Workshop

A workshop for growers to learn the most effective, economical and environmentally responsible ways to use copper fungicides

Education Horticulture Pest control Regenerative Agriculture Workshops

Education Tours take on local students’ needs

Each year, hundreds of senior interstate, city and coastal students studying Food Technology, Biology, Agriculture and Earth and Environmental Science attend Mid Lachlan Landcare’s education tours in the Cowra/Canowindra region. Learning the fossil history, land and water uses, the students appear most interested in the sustainable and regenerative practices happening in conjunction with agriculture and food production.

Education Youth engagement

Wetlands Wonder and Climate Change

How to manage wetlands in a changing climate


QR codes on Harrington Rainforest Walk

New technology has been used to make walking track information more accessible

Communication tools

Farmer Wellbeing and Regenerative Farming

‘Farmers must prioritise, avoiding putting themselves under intense pressure in long dry times as it can impact their wellbeing,’ said Dubbo Agricultural Consultant, Mark Gardner who recently spoke to a group of farmers at a Canowindra woolshed meeting organized by Mid Lachlan Landcare.

Enticing, Engaging, Growing Killabakh & Lower Cedar Party Landcare Group

Expanding our membership

Community Group Health Small Farms

Intrepids making Local Landcare Coordinator redundant

Western Sydney Intrepid Landcarers plan, carry out and achieve outcomes for landholders

Erosion Weed control

Community out-foxed

Landcare supporting a community led fox trapping program in the Blue Mountains

Pest control

Landcare goes scientific

Landcare and StreamWatch monitoring water quality on wetlands in the Hawkesbury


Merry Landcare Christmas

Western Landcare NSW Groups celebrate christmas together

Community Group Health

Youth Speak Up

Young people from rural areas are not being heard

Youth engagement Sustainable Agriculture