Case Studies

Displaying case studies 120 out of 45 found.

Weed Blitzes

Weed Blitzes have been organised to support small groups with big weed problems

Community Weed control Coastal Plains & Ranges

Oyster farmers shoreline cleanup

Port Stephens oyster farmers undertaken marine debris clean-up

Water quality Aquaculture Coastal Plains & Ranges

Atlas of Life Budawang Coast

Development of online database for species records: Identifying a need and making it happen!

Biodiversity Estuary Habitat Coastal Plains & Ranges Community Beaches

Talkin' Turtles

An educational experience showcasing Our Living River mascot, the eastern long-necked turtle.

Urban and Peri-urban Education Biodiversity Group re-building Coastal Plains & Ranges

Riverkeeper Network Meeting

The Inaugural Riverkeeper Network Meeting

Biodiversity Monitoring Coastal Plains & Ranges Community Planning Water quality Urban and Peri-urban

Secret Life of Eels

Connecting the community to the river through traditional and scientific stories of the Long-finned Eel

Urban and Peri-urban Education Biodiversity Cultural Heritage Coastal Plains & Ranges

Bundilla Scout Planting Day

A Treemendous day for Bundilla Scouts

Weed control Coastal Plains & Ranges Youth engagement Revegetation / Planting Urban and Peri-urban Education

The Great Lakes Food Trail

Connecting local ethical producers with the community

Tourism - ECO & AGRI Sustainable Agriculture Coastal Plains & Ranges Community Communication tools Education

Corridor Links and Carbon Sinks

Biodiversity for Carbon and Corridors (B4CC)

Weed control Biodiversity Coastal Plains & Ranges Revegetation / Planting Sustainable Agriculture Education

Growing the Growers

Growing the Braidwood Garlic Growers

Horticulture Sustainable Agriculture Coastal Plains & Ranges Group formation Community Education

Landcare Calendar

Engaging primary school children, teachers & the community in the Upper Snowy with our annual calendar.

Youth engagement Biodiversity Education Communication tools Coastal Plains & Ranges

Using Expression of Interest process to engage landholders in new projects

Using an open invitation multi-media EOI process to engage landholders in new local landcare projects in the Upper Clarence region

Coastal Plains & Ranges Education Grazing Community Group Health

Buffering World Heritage Forest reserve

Controlling invasive species and restoring health and resilience to vegetation on private land as a buffer to World Heritage

Weed control Biodiversity Resources Coastal Plains & Ranges

Seedlings of a successful sponsorship

Revegetation / Planting Resources for volunteers Youth engagement Resources Coastal Plains & Ranges

Re-invigorating Landcare

Inspirational workshop aimed at revitalising existing Landcare members to re-imagine their purpose and activities.

Workshops Group re-building Group Health Community Coastal Plains & Ranges

Training - Social Media and Online Presence

Social Media and Online Presence was repeatedly identified as a major organisational need by local Landcare groups, so a training day was developed.

Education Workshops Communication tools Coastal Plains & Ranges

Action Planning for the Mid Hunter LLC

Stakeholder input into the Landcare Coordinator Initiative in the Mid Hunter

Planning Education Workshops Community Coastal Plains & Ranges

Collaboration - Stronger Together

Mid Hunter Landcare invited the Singleton Shire Landcare Network, Hunter Region Landcare Network, Hunter Local Land Services and the Upper Hunter Weeds Authority to show a unified approach to local natural resource management

Resources for volunteers Planning Group re-building Communication tools Coastal Plains & Ranges

School Indigenous Outdoor Learning Area

Teachers, students and parents sought to create an Indigenous learning and garden area with native foods and cultural items, with support from Landcare and Local Land Services.

Youth engagement Education Cultural Heritage Communication tools Coastal Plains & Ranges

Training - Financial Management and Governance

Financial management and governance were repeatedly identified as organisational needs in local Landcare groups, so a training day was developed.

Workshops Education Group Health Coastal Plains & Ranges