Case Studies

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Planting for Resilience

In response to the recent excessive rainfall and flooding events, Shoalhaven Landcare are committed to supporting our landowners by organising tree planting to stabalise river and creek banks and educate about tree management following flood events.

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Educating on Ecosystem Engineers

With the support of the Landcare NSW People Led Prevention (PLP) project Shoalhaven Landcare have recently delivered two workshops to describe the benefits of "ecosystem engineers".

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Iconic Cowra Hill

The Billy Goat Hill Appreciation Society has formed to look after this important Box Gum Remnant in the middle of Cowra

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Family Nature Night - Frogs and Turtles

Engaging families during the school holidays

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Walcha Resilience Dinner

Reducing the long-term impact of drought

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Fire Ready Garden & Landscape Design

Planning and designing gardens and landscapet to mitigate impacts of bushfires.

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Touring the ancient Lake Bunyan

The geological history of the Numeralla region unveiled in a workshop and tour of the region.

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Story time in Cooma

Landcare linking with Cooma kindergartens to learn about our local environment through stories.

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South East Local Leaders Program 2024

Celebrating a Decade of Leadership

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South East Landcare Muster 2024

What is possible when we are connected and energised for our work together?

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Effectiveness of Removing Fireweed Flowers

A field experiment to test the ability of Fireweed (Senecio madagascariensis) to produce seed after flower removal.

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Regenerative Farming for Soils in the Macleay

Improving local farmers' capacity to regenerate soils

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Being Heatwave Ready Webinar Series

A People Led Prevention Project by Upper Shoalhaven Landcare Council focusing on increasing heatwave preparedness across NSW by exploring the needs of people, native biodiversity and farm animals in heatwave and hot weather conditions.

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Cultivating Environmental Leadership: Lake Cowal Careers Day

At the Lake Cowal Schools Careers Day, Britt Hicks inspired 135 students with insights on careers in natural resource management and agriculture, emphasizing local opportunities and continuing generational land knowledge.

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School engagement

Highlighting the benefits of caring for the environment by creating partnerships with local schools to benefit the environment and support volunteer engagement.

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Providing First Aid in a Remote or Isolated Site

Rural residents upskilled their First Aid knowledge with the techniques and tools to deal with challenges posed by living and working at a distance from timely medical aid.

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Be Prepared with Australian Red Cross' Emergency RediPlan.

As soon as an emergency arises, the Red Cross mobilises to respond. Their Emergency RediPlan prepares you to protect what matters most and reduces the impact of the event.

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Emergency Preparedness Practical Skills: Chainsaw Operation & Maintenance

Two cohorts of rural residents were given the knowledge and skills in general maintenance and operation of chainsaws safety and efficient working techniques for cross-cutting fallen timber.

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Be prepared! Fire Trailer field day

Gwymac teamed up with the RFS to provide insight on farm fire trailer setup and maintenance to assist landholders in the event of a bushfire

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