Case Studies

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Jeffrey’s Gully

Stabilisation Project

Soils Native Vegetation Planning Erosion Control

Microbats in the Young Shire

This project is designed to provide habitat for up to 15 species of microbat through the installation of roosting boxes, the provision of future habitat through tree and shrub planting, and also aims to increase community awareness.

Barb Busters

Barbed wire removal for the benefit of wildlife on working farms

Biodiversity Education Community

Fruit tree pruning workshop

Care and pruning workshops for backyard orchardists

Pest control Community

Grain Farmers Improve Storage

Grain storage workshop enables producers to maintain grain quality on-farm

Ewes for the Future

Comparing the merits and profitability of sheep breeds for farming enterprises

Improving Resources

Employment of additional labour resource fulfilling group objectives

Strong Communities Initiative

Local steering committee forms to combat community decline

Community

Dryland Pasture Walk & Talk

Local research on dryland pasture species explained during an interactive field day

Improving Native Plant Identification

Native plant identification day improves knowledge, promotes group activities and future planning requirements

Native Vegetation Biodiversity Education Workshops

Community Response to Blackwater

A community initiated response to fish deaths

Three-tiered Approach

Using three key aspects in sheep production to drive profit

Feeding Ewes and Finishing Lambs

Drought confinement feeding workshop addresses landholder needs

Soils Planning Grazing Resources

Resourcing effectively

Electronic evaluation improves resource allocation and leverages funding support

Planning Education Resources

Native bee workshop

An introduction to the fascinating world of bees

Biodiversity Education Community Workshops

Weeds Management

Options for controlling dominant weeds in the Wellington/Dunedoo aeas.

Weed control Education Workshops Soils

Re-invigorating Landcare

Inspirational workshop aimed at revitalising existing Landcare members to re-imagine their purpose and activities.

Workshops Community

Training - Social Media and Online Presence

Social Media and Online Presence was repeatedly identified as a major organisational need by local Landcare groups, so a training day was developed.

Education Workshops

Not Enough Hollows to go Around

Species Specific Nest Box Project

Soils Biodiversity Education Habitat

Community Garden Upgrade

How a Work For The Dole Team has reinvigorated Wellington's Community Garden

Youth Education Community Resources