Case Studies

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Macleay Hastings Landcare Feral Cat Workshops

Keep your ferals out, and your domestics in. That’s the message on how to reduce the impact of cats on our native wildlife.

NEW MEPAAW Pest Animals Workshops

Irrigation Farm Walk

A farm walk for growers to hear about the latest in irrigation at Greater Sydney Local Land Services’ demonstration farm, River Farm

Education Horticulture Regenerative Agriculture Workshops Sustainable Agriculture Soils

Strengthening Tweed Care groups

Increasing support for Care groups and their volunteers

Community Education Workshops Resources for volunteers

Eucalyptus Identification Workshop

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

Biodiversity Education Workshops

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

Improving Governance For On-Ground Outcomes

How Tweed Landcare has improved governance and got results

Workshops Education

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

Reaching out with helping hands

Duty of care and OH&S obligations when managing volunteers – a workshop

Community Communication tools Resources for volunteers Urban and Peri-urban Workshops Succession planning

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

Euston Community Learns to Save Lives

Landcare Group hosts First Aid Training and Mental Health Awareness in Drought Conditions

Community Education Group Health Mental Health Workshops

Partnering to engage primary producers

Tweed Landcare Inc and Tweed Shire Council co-delivering primary producer events

Workshops Sustainable Agriculture Regenerative Agriculture Education

Bland Women in Agriculture Forum

A resilient community of rural women on the land

Community Workshops

Know-how of Native Seed Collection

Community learns how to collect and store native seeds

Native Vegetation Workshops Revegetation / Planting

Cover Cropping Workshop

A workshop and field day for growers to learn about cover cropping

Soils Regenerative Agriculture Workshops Education

Rural Women Shining in Regional Businesses

Gwymac Inc partnered with one of its ‘opportunity’ Landcare Groups called Ag-n-Chat in order to promote, support and display rural women with a regional business who were leaders in their field and could provide inspiration to other women in rural areas.

Workshops

Taking Control Of the Farmers Story.

Recognising the growing divide between city and country, and the need to communicate what it is to be an Aussie farmer, Coonamble played host to a workshop for farmers to help tell their story through video. NSW DPI Rural Resilience Program worked with Coonamble District Landcare to deliver an exciting smartphone video-making workshop for Coonamble district's farmers, held on 31st July. Aimed at farmer's learning how to tell and share their stories, the one-day workshop helped farmers to tell and share their stories and experiences through short videos made on their smartphone or tablet (such as an ipad). With such widespread use of smart phones, most people have a video camera in their back pockets every time they go out to the paddock.

Workshops

Compost Demonstration

A compost demonstration on a local Central Coast avocado farm

Horticulture Soils Regenerative Agriculture Sustainable Agriculture Workshops

Getting through the Dry

Planning for how to survive the predicted continue dry times in the area

Weed control Western Slopes & Plains Climate Sustainable Agriculture Livestock Workshops Soils Planning Cropping Grazing