Case Studies

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Maitland Landcare reborn

Landcare kicks off in Maitland through collaboration

Dunedoo Bicentenary

Dunedoo Bicentenary -Recognising our history, celebrating Reconciliation, Renewing our community and Landscape

What is it about Dung Beetles?

Building community awareness of the value of dung beetles for sustainable and productive agriculture


Nesting boxes installed near Kindra Forest

Using artificial hollows to mitigate habitat loss while educating youth about this issue.

Macquarie Marshes Field Day 2023

Paradise In Our Backyard.

Digging Deeper into Soils

Junee Area Landcare organized a six-day soil workshop series with agroecologist David Hardwick, aimed at helping land managers build their soil knowledge and increase their skills in decision making.

Next best thing to a hollow

When trees get cleared homes need to be provided.

Cultural Connection

Collaboration improving river health and learning about native foods and crafts

Ecological weekends monitoring flood effects

Following major flooding, the Down The Track team is back monitoring Lake Cargelligo's big backyard

Women Caring for the Catchment

The Catchment Keepers workshops was designed to inspire local agricultural women across the Murrumbidgee to share stories and actions that empower and sustain us as custodians and farmers.

Improving Farm Dams

A farm dam that was fenced off from stock 15 years ago has enhanced environmental, agronomic and economic outcomes of the farm where it is located.

Grey-crowned babbler workshop

A workshop on the Grey-crowned Babbler, a threatened woodland species, was hosted by Corowa District Landcare Inc and supported by the NSW Biodiversity Conservation Trust and Landcare NSW Partnership.


Catchment Keepers for Women in Hay

Empowering women farmers and farm partners by providing education, encouraging leadership, fostering connections and recognising contributions.


Creative Community Days

Creative workshops held in small rural towns to help build inclusive, friendly and more resilient communities


Cooma Schools Indigenous Bush Garden project

Supporting Cooma primary schools to establish native bush gardens to enable the children to grow and use native plants for food and medicine.

Community Cultural Heritage

Primary school students become stewards

With the help of Landcare and other organisations, the Think Share Act students at Grose View Primary School have become stewards of the bushland and wildlife on their school.

Sheep Handler Workshop

Sheep Handler workshop for manufacturers to showcase their equipment for the local community

Soils With David Hardwick

A workshop to teach some local landholders the benefits of soil testing, cover crops and PH testing your soil.

Rice Straw to Biochar

Rice Straw to Biochar Trials