Case Studies

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Women Of Water Workshop

An informal session aimed at connecting rural women with water industry experts in an informal and comfortable setting.


Possum Magic

A school visit with a very special guest highlights the significance of protecting habitat for native wildlife species

Connected & Learning Leaders

What do coaching circles, empathy buddies, and deep dives amount to? A connected and vibrant group of local community leaders.

Community Cultural Heritage Education

Saving a Species

Partnering with Landholders in Koala Habitat Restoration

Walking together to support working together

A cultural walking tour to help promote understanding, respect and collaboration

Boost to NRM engagement and on-ground activities in the Riverina

A series of ‘how to’ workshops and on ground projects has delivered positive education outcomes and support to Landcare groups in the Riverina.

Working Together - Yarning circle and native garden takes shape

Landcare NSW Working Together Program promotes Wiradjuri culture

Four Seasons of Seed in Revegetation

Four workshops based on seed collection, propagation, direct seeding and planting, plant identification and weed control.

Predicting Weather Patterns

An information session for the local community to learn how to read and use past information to predict future weather events

Greener Grazing - Principles, Paddock, Potential

An online event showcasing resilient, climate-coping grazing approaches

Saving the Superb Parrot and Regent Honeyeater

Workshops held throughout the Central West to raise awareness about these critically endangered species.

Farm Expansion Workshop

Building skills and knowledge to make informed decisions about farm expansion opportunities

Waste Warriors - Narrandera Public

What’s rubbish and what is not?

Daisy Day at Wirraminna

Paying it forward between community groups

#tree planting Biodiversity Native Vegetation Landcare

Platypus priorities in creek systems

Responsible fishing habits and suitable habitat are essential for Platypus survival.


An overview of wetland function and place within a watershed

Water Behaviours

Cultural perceptions of water and why it behaves as it does

Landscape Yarning

Group discussion on Landscapes and Soil with Aboriginal cultural lens.

Supporting landscape recovery through drought, fire, and floods.

The Macleay Valley has been severely impacted by the sequence of drought, fire, and floods that swept across eastern Australia in the 2019-2021 period.

Friends with Benefits - Supporting the post-fire recovery of mutualistic insects

Purple Copper Butterfly post-fire habitat restoration project