Case Studies

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The Power of Partnerships

Cultivating a Sustainable Future for the Oyster Industry

Education Aquaculture Water quality

Lake Centenary NTD

National Tree Day Planing Event at Lake Centenary, Temora

Native Vegetation Biodiversity Public Lands and Reserves Community Habitat

West Wyalong Community Garden

Creating a space to grow, share & connect

Urban and Peri-urban Community

Native Seed Collecting Workshop

A practical workshop covering the sustainable and ethical collection of native seed for revegetation projects.

Wattle Day Walks

Learning about wattles and their unique role in our environment, their valuable production benefits and importance for wildlife.

Growing the Bottom Line Field Trip

Exploring the integration of biodiversity and farming.

Back Yamma & Cookamidgera NDD

An isolated weather event left crops close to harvest devastated by hail damage. Member for Orange, Mr Philip Donato MP and Central West Lachlan Landcare inspected the damage to crops and a Natural Disaster Declaration was submitted and approved.

Cropping Community

NSW Landcare Award Nomination

David Marsh from “Allendale” Boorowa took out the Australian Government Individual Landcarer Award at the NSW Landcare conference held in Albury in October 2017.

Biodiversity Education Grazing Community

Landcare Champions

Goulburn/Mulwaree Landcarers have teamed up with neighbouring Landcare and Bushcare networks of Wingecarribee and Upper Lachlan to share knowledge, support and encourage participation and recognise local champions.

Linking to the Lachlan

Students from the USYD Landcare group organised a trip away to tackle a major project at the head of the Lachlan River in NSW. The key criteria? Caring about the land – and having fun!

Working on Gumbaynggirr Country in the Clarence Catchment

Clarence Landcare working with Grafton Ngerrie Local Aboriginal Land Council and the North Coast Local Lands Services to implement change on Aboriginal land with Aboriginal people.

Monitoring Planning Education Mapping

Re-snagging the Darling

Bourke's Ain't Caught Nuffin' Fishing Club Re-snag the Darling River

Riparian Aquaculture

Taking local action on weeds

In 2016 GLENRAC formed a new sub-committee to the Committee of Management. The purpose of the sub-committee was to provide input into the draft Regional Weeds Plan but the results of the sub-committee have delivered much more.

Weed control Biodiversity Community Soils Education Local Government

Landcare Roadshow

Making it easier for Landcare to 'Hit the road'

The Great Lakes Food Trail

Connecting local ethical producers with the community

Soils Education Community

Farmers Fights Against Hudson Pear

Cumborah and Grawin farmers are collaborating to reduce the spread of Hudson Pear in their local area.

NENW Landcare Adventure 2017

Farming Smarter Communities

Education Community

Farm Biosecurity for Glen Innes producers

GLENRAC has hosted an evening information event on 26th September 2017 to connect livestock producers with information on farm biosecurity planning. The event attracted 156 participants.

Soils Workshops Community Livestock Resources

Think Big Rural Women Program

Partnership with Big Sky Ideas