Case Studies

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Mouse Control Workshops Regional Roadshow

Workshops provide valuable information to help farmers, landowners and businesses better understand and manage mice and prevent mice damage at plague proportions.

Landcare Community Engagement in Western NSW

Landcare and community gardens in the Far West

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Growing coastal plants

Involving our groups in collecting seed and propagating local plants

Cobbitty focussed Landcare

Celebrating World Environment Day with landholders on a Cumberland Plain Woodland site

Call to action for Bindook fire affected area

Partners come together to help landholders still grappling with recovery from the Black Summer

Community of Practice

Native Fauna Biodiversity and Pest Management in the Far West

Award winning Landcare

Fire recovery Landcare Group goes from strength to strenth

Helping Post Bushfire Communities Recover

Shoalhaven Landcare shared in the stories and experiences of the Black Summer bushfire survivors and supported bushfire on-ground recovery actions.

Strategic Planning, Strategically!

Creating and delivering an engaging and inspiring event to shape our Landcare future.

Safety for our Landcare Groups - "The Green Safety Folders"

A collection of Work, Health and Safety information and forms so Landcare groups always have what they need on hand.

Bowraville Connections: healthy water, healthy people

Community river restoration day realises a vision for a healthier river

Cane Toad Facebook Posts: How to best reach followers

During our cane toad control and education projects in 2020-21 we posted 39 cane toad related Facebook stories reaching 15,472 Facebook followers. The top three ranking posts reached a combined total of 9,833 people.

Seeds of Hope

Regenerative agriculture education for secondary school students

Regional Landcare weed management priorities

Incorporating Landcare priorities in regional weed management programs

Sharing knowledge and experiences

On the North Coast a major “community of practice” event is the annual regional gathering of the eleven networks that comprise the North Coast Regional Landcare Network (NCRLN).

Through Your Eyes – an art based workshop to explore the landscape during these uniquely challenging times

Several Art-based workshops were held over 2020 to help members of the rural community see the beauty in our environment through the tough times.

Landcare Learnings

Sharing Local Landcare Stories to Reinvigorate Community

Containment Feeding

Landscape resilience during drought

Participating in Research Partnerships

Upper Clarence Combined Landcare (UCCL) is rural and remote, but has established valuable partnerships with Universities and researchers

Native Vegetation Research

As pretty as a picture

Regeneration of Pretty Point post bushfire