Case Studies

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Indigenous Knowledge of the Upper Shoalhaven

Cultural Connections

NEW Cultural Heritage Education

First People's Culture within the Murray Region

A school education resource

NEW Communication tools Community Cultural Heritage Education

PLC Sydney

Girls talk turtles and fight the War on Waste.

NEW Aquaculture Education Youth engagement

Eucalyptus Identification Workshop

Workshop held to learn to Identify Common Eucalyptus of the Tenterfield Area

Biodiversity Education Workshops

Growing Landcare, Literally

Building a successful Local Landcare Nursery

Biodiversity Education

Strength by working together

Working with others can make an issue seem much easier to tackle.

Communication tools Community Education Group Health Planning

Teach the Teacher

Teachers from six of Cowra and Canowindra’s local schools spent a day with Mid Lachlan Landcare learning why Cowra is such a fascinating educational hot-spot.

Education Youth engagement

Green Army & Central West Lachlan Landcare Partnership

Over 18 months, Skillset Environment and Central West Lachlan Landcare partnered to deliver the Green Army Programme in the Parkes and Forbes Shires

Youth engagement Biodiversity Community Education Local Government

Hydes Creek Koala Corridor Project

Reinforcing a crucial Koala corridor in the Bellingen Shire

Biodiversity Climate Community Education Habitat Local Government Native Vegetation Private land conservation Public Lands and Reserves Revegetation / Planting Urban and Peri-urban Threatened entities Workshops Weed control

Murrakool area Painted Snipe & Bittern Survey Project

Partnership between farming & community groups.

EDITOR'S PICK Biodiversity Education Habitat Sustainable Agriculture Wetlands Threatened entities Workshops

Connecting habitats, connecting people.

An exciting project is engaging the local community to improve the habitats for threatened species on private lands surrounding Mount Yarrihapinni.

Biodiversity Habitat Community Education Private land conservation

Traditional Ecological Knowledge

Learning about indigenous plants & their traditional cultural uses

Community Education Cultural Heritage Youth engagement

Community Capacity & Engagement in Landcare

Sustainable agriculture & natural resource management, capacity building

Community Education Youth engagement

Improving Governance For On-Ground Outcomes

How Tweed Landcare has improved governance and got results

Workshops Education

Revitalising Browns Creek

Connecting community,local businesses, Landcare & employment providers for social and environmental outcomes.

EDITOR'S PICK Biodiversity Education Community

Coastal bush regeneration workshops

Growing the Coastcare network through bush regeneration workshops

Beaches Education Workshops Regeneration of native vegetation Landcare, Volunteer, Rainforest, Remnant Native Vegetation

Making Livestock Decisions Easier

Recognising the ongoing drought conditions in our regions, and the support that producers are seeking, Central West Local Land Services and local Landcare organisations are working together to bring a series of practical Livestock Decision Making workshops to the Central West. The focus of the workshops will be to provide practical tools for planning the coming months - and beyond - with respect to livestock; feeding versus selling, including cashflow; feed and water budgets; and setting clear trigger points for making tough decisions.

Education Workshops Livestock

Organic Market Garden Mentoring Program

A mentoring program for young growers to learn organic market gardening in a hands-on commercial setting

Community Education Horticulture Planning Pest control Regenerative Agriculture Small Farms Soils Sustainable Agriculture Youth engagement

Optimising the use of Copper Fungicides Workshop

A workshop for growers to learn the most effective, economical and environmentally responsible ways to use copper fungicides

Education Horticulture Pest control Regenerative Agriculture Workshops

Education Tours take on local students’ needs

Each year, hundreds of senior interstate, city and coastal students studying Food Technology, Biology, Agriculture and Earth and Environmental Science attend Mid Lachlan Landcare’s education tours in the Cowra/Canowindra region. Learning the fossil history, land and water uses, the students appear most interested in the sustainable and regenerative practices happening in conjunction with agriculture and food production.

Education Youth engagement