Case Studies

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Dung Beetles

Seasonal gap of Dung Beetles in this region

Growing Landcare - one plant at a time

A couple of friends set out to grow a few plants for our local field days...

Bringing Burgundy Place Together

A couple of neighbours with an idea led to amazing community spirit!

A Shelterbelt Workshop discussing: What have we learnt? & How have ideas changed?

A knowledge-sharing event to finish off a unique three-year revegetation project in the region.

Shed no Tears: Job’s Tears control project

Strategic management of Biosecurity threats posed by new weed

Prograze for the next generation of farmers

Pasture and livestock management training for the next generation of landholders

Building Strategic Relationships

Connecting organisations involved in natural resource management and community engagement across LGAs to ensure overall understanding, optimal outcomes and identify points for collaboration.

Coordinator Connections

As the Central West RLC, I've seen a bit of everything!

Future Proof Your Business

A 4 part online series with Paul Ryan from The Australian Resilience Centre.

Landcare comes to Bourke

Bourke in North Western NSW has a new landcare group to look after the town's beautiful natural areas along the Darling River

Paper Laneways Project

A collaboration of partnerships and great conservation outcomes increasing biodiversity and connectivity.

Re-snagging the Darling River

Western Landcare In partnership with OzFish Ltd are re-snagging the lower Darling River to help improve and re-build native habitat along with providing shelter, protection and breeding grounds for native fish.

Ecology & Cultural Walks

These workshops increased community awareness of the diverse environmental & cultural values of Federation Council's natural reserves

Mouse Control Workshops Regional Roadshow

Workshops provide valuable information to help farmers, landowners and businesses better understand and manage mice and prevent mice damage at plague proportions.

Landcare Community Engagement in Western NSW

Landcare and community gardens in the Far West


Growing coastal plants

Involving our groups in collecting seed and propagating local plants

Cobbitty focussed Landcare

Celebrating World Environment Day with landholders on a Cumberland Plain Woodland site

Call to action for Bindook fire affected area

Partners come together to help landholders still grappling with recovery from the Black Summer

Community of Practice

Native Fauna Biodiversity and Pest Management in the Far West

Award winning Landcare

Fire recovery Landcare Group goes from strength to strenth