Case Studies

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Understanding the Condition of Wetlands in the Hawkesbury

The Hawkesbury Wetland Site Assessment Program involves researching and monitoring the condition of privately owned wetlands, engaging with owners and training them to conduct rapid wetlands assessments to ensure ongoing monitoring and sustainable management.

Native Seed Collection

Helping Kyeamba Valley landholders to collect viable native tree seeds.

Dung Beetles

Determining what Dung Beetle species are established in Australia

Lamb Marking Best Practice

An informative workshop to inform livestock owners of the latest lamb marking best practice techniques

A Day With Bruce Pascoe

An in depth workshop with award winning and respected Aboriginal Australian author Bruce Pascoe

The NSW Landcare Program Statewide Community of Practice Gathering

The NSW Landcare Program's inaugural state-wide gathering confirms its role as a leading grass-roots NRM provider

South East Local Leaders Program 2021

A rural leadership development program building community, industry and government leadership capacity for resilience and sustainability.

Misunderstood fungi essential to healthy ecosystems

International fungi researcher, Dr Alison Pouliot, visited Central Western NSW to reveal the important role fungi plays in soil health, the food chain and in agriculture.

Strategies for Success 2021

A one-day workshop was held in Boorowa to explore the economics of improving soil health and achieving better environmental outcomes in agricultural businesses.

Small scale plans for larger impact

Small landholders in the Emigrant Creek catchment worked with Richmond Landcare Inc and North Coast Local Land Services to produce property plans and act on-ground to improve waterway health

Hops, Habitat and Helping Hands

Far South Landcare Association is part of a collaboration between 4Pines Brewery, Ryefield Hops and Landcare Australia to bring back the natural biodiversity of the farm and regenerate the waterways and creek lines that flow through Ryefield Hops.

Creating Patch Corridors

Local farmer creates patch corridor for koalas and other wildlife

Fishers roll up their sleeves for landcare

Partnering with Ozfish and Penrith City Council to engage local fishing chapter in fish habitat restoration and boost a local council bushcare group

Smutty Business: Controlling Wandering Trad on the Bega River

The Bega River and Wetlands Landcare Group (BRAWL) partners with the CSIRO to introduce leaf-smut fungus to control Wandering Trad along the Bega River.

First Aid Skills for Coastcarers

Manning Coastcare members upskilled in crucial First Aid techniques

Central West Lachlan Landcare Dinner with Special Guest Costa Georgiadis

Central West Lachlan Landcare were pleased to once again host their Landcare Dinner at Forbes Town Hall.

Working together benefits the community

A partnership between Landcare and LLS has delivered numerous successful events for landholders, and lay the groundwork for future collaborations

Sparking a new partnership

A partnership with the local campus of TAFE NSW has provided local Landcare members with a fantastic opportunity to learn new skills together

Weeds of the North Coast of NSW - NEW Book

The new book utilises a traffic light system to highlight priority weeds and help simplify the expected actions of landholders and managers.

Landcare Schools Eco Day with Costa Georgiadis

Central West Lachlan Landcare were pleased to be able to expand Schools Eco Day to make it accessible to more children...and were pleased to welcome special guest Costa Georgiadis