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32 case studies found

Living on the Edge

Landholder engagement to manage introduced species on the edges of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area

NEW Biodiversity Capacity Building Native Vegetation Tablelands Habitat Public Lands and Reserves Weed control wildlife

Planned Woodland Pathways

10 year plan; 12 landholders; 15 hectares-planning woodlands to protect fauna.

Biodiversity Community Habitat Monitoring Revegetation / Planting Native Vegetation Tablelands

Taking local action on weeds

In 2016 GLENRAC formed a new sub-committee to the Committee of Management. The purpose of the sub-committee was to provide input into the draft Regional Weeds Plan but the results of the sub-committee have delivered much more.

Weed control Biodiversity Tablelands Community Sustainable Agriculture Education Local Government

Eliminating Green Cestrum

Using a coordinated approach to eliminate Green Cestrum along the Horton River and to prevent its further spread downstream

Tablelands Weed control Planning Biodiversity Grazing

Upper Bingara Riparian Restoration

A group of landholders in the Upper Bingara area wanting to improve Riparian areas on their properties

Tablelands Waterways (streams and rivers aka riparian) Riparian Erosion Water quality Biodiversity

Adventure Landcare Tamworth (ALT)

Engaging Youth in Landcare

Tablelands Youth engagement Education Community

Jeffrey’s Gully

Stabilisation Project

Tablelands Erosion Revegetation / Planting Planning Sustainable Agriculture

Vale of Clwydd Creek Project

Saving our creek

Tablelands Riparian Waterways (streams and rivers aka riparian) Water quality Weed control Revegetation / Planting

Threatened Species Day - Hyde Park Reserve

Saving our Species

Threatened entities Tablelands Education Public Lands and Reserves

Community Tree Planting - ‘Learn & Grow’

A community tree planting that just makes you feel better

Tablelands Mental Health Group Health Community

Native Plant Giveaway

National Tree Day Native Plant Giveaway: A stall in the main street of Temora where plants were given away to the community as part of National Tree Day, and also to raise awareness of the renewed drive in Landcare in the Temora Shire

Tablelands Publicity Community

Talking About 'It'

Gwymac partnered with the Country Women's Association of Bundarra and Farm-Link to host a get-together to talk about 'it' - suicide prevention, mental health and wellbeing in the bush!

Mental Health Sustainable Agriculture Tablelands Workshops Community Education

Macintyre River Focus, Northern NSW

Gwymac partnered with Northern Tablelands Local Land Services (NT LLS) to identify landholders in priority sub catchments to engage in river restoration and rehabilitation.

Tablelands Waterways (streams and rivers aka riparian) Planning Riparian Water quality Erosion

Masterman Range Landcare Group - It's Alive!

After a number of years 'in the wilderness', a small Landcare Group has breathed new life into an 'old' group thanks to new membership, renewed interest and the Local Landcare Coordinator Initiative.

Tablelands Group re-building Community Resources for volunteers

Making Landcare Accessible

Implementing a Work Health & Safety Audit

Tablelands Group Health Community Resources for volunteers

Training for Native Revegetation

Training in best practice methods for successful native revegetation activities

Sustainable Agriculture Tablelands Workshops Communication tools Revegetation / Planting Education

Community Composting Program

Reducing organic waste going into the general waste collection system.

Tablelands Resources Local Government Community Waste Management

Fabulous Rural Women's Day

GLENRAC hosts an annual event for rural women on International Rural Women's Day on the 15th October.

Tablelands Education Sustainable Agriculture Community Workshops

2016 Saving Our Threatened Species

GLENRAC hosted an information evening titled ‘Save Our Threatened Species’. Our guest speakers were UNE PhD students Trent Forge and Frances Zewe who are studying the biology and ecology of spotted tailed quolls and feral cats.

Tablelands Threatened entities Biodiversity Education Workshops

Seed Spotting in the Glen Innes District

The aim of this project is to provide land managers with training to improve planning, implementation and on ground outcomes of revegetation projects on private land in the GLENRAC area.

Biodiversity Tablelands Workshops Revegetation / Planting Sustainable Agriculture Education