Case Studies

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Restoring Natural Landscapes

How can landholders restore the natural landscape functions of their properties to increase resilience?

Wetlands Biodiversity Riparian Environment Erosion Control Education Agriculture

What Lies Beneath

An on farm field day to investigate the importance of looking after your 'underground livestock' - increasing on farm biodiversity to improve soil health, increasing soil carbon and moisture retention to build resilience in your landscape

Biodiversity Livestock #tree planting Environment Soils Education Agriculture Grazing

Water and Birds Art Exhibition

Four local artists and photographers contributed to an exhibition featuring local bird life, showcasing the diversity of the region.

Wetlands Biodiversity Landcare Community Environment Education Agriculture

Caring for our Aboriginal Cultural Heritage

We began 2021, by working collaboratively on a number of cultural projects and programs to help us better understand Aboriginal culture in the Hunter region past and present, and to see how we can incorporate this knowledge into our everyday Landcare operations.

Landcare Education Cultural Heritage Community

Online facilitation skills training

Positive and productive online meetings

#comms Education Landcare Workshops

Tapping into training, Glen Innes

GLENRAC secured a number of fully subsidised training events to be delivered in Glen Innes in 2019-2020.

Community Education

Supporting School Projects

Helping begin new environment projects by providing advice, on the ground assistance and connecting schools with environmental education resources and networks.

Urban and Peri-urban Youth Education Landcare

Group recharge at Smiths Lake

Reviving membership and on-ground action

Public Lands and Reserves Biodiversity Education Community

Apiary Group Formation

Orana Beekeepers - Providing a platform for Beekeepers to learn and practice their hobby

Education Landcare Community

Woodland Birds School Education Program

This is part of the program: Bringing Back the Regent Honeyeater, a flagship species for our forests, farms, rivers and woodland birds.

Native Vegetation Biodiversity Monitoring Habitat Youth Education Landcare Resources

Connecting with our Community with Shorebirds

A community engagement program - taking a closer look at shorebirds of the Hunter & Manning regions

Wetlands Biodiversity Estuary Habitat Workshops Education Landcare Local Government

Micheal Crossland Presents to Trangie Central School

S.M.I.L.E Program is to inspire students, staff and leaders to give them a greater understanding, tools, skills and knowledge to truly make a difference

Community Education

Improving Nitrogen Use Efficiency

Mid-row banding to boost irrigated cropping productivity

Cropping Education Research

Farming Smarter in Dry times

How do you get the best out of your farm in dry times?

Education Grazing Livestock Weed control Workshops

Hastings Landcare & Wauchope TAFE Link Up

TAFE students visit Landcare Groups for a guided tour and to get their hands dirty

Youth Biodiversity Education Landcare Community

Talking Weeds at the Winery

Weed control Biodiversity MEPAAW Community Education Local Government

When garden plants turn bad

When garden plants turn bad: Environmental weeds of the Byron Shire

Weed control Education MEPAAW Public Lands and Reserves

Which weed is which?

Pest animal & weed fun at Henty Machinery Field Days 2019

Weed control Biodiversity MEPAAW Community Pest control Education

Poisonous Weeds on the Farm

Managing Animal Health in Drought Conditions

Weed control Education

Weed Education at Urunga Wetland

To address the impacts of invasive weeds Urunga Residents participated in a walk and talk workshop

Weed control Native Vegetation Biodiversity Riparian MEPAAW Workshops Wetlands Community Public Lands and Reserves Water quality Urban and Peri-urban Education