Our stories

A collection of stories and news items aimed at sharing our ideas and achievements.
Compost on Farms partnership

Central Tablelands Landcare partners with MRA Consulting and Australian Native Landscapes to deliver an EPA funded project looking at increasing the uptake of the use of compost on farms in our district.

Grazing for the Future Grazing for the Future

Apply now to join a grazing group in the Central Tablelands - spaces limited. Get your name on the list ASAP.

How do my trees grow? How do my trees grow?

Monitoring your revegetation success (or not) is critical to doing a better job next time.

May is Membership Month May is Membership Month

As "May is Membership Month" continues we thought we would share some information about you - our membership.... You may have to allow picture to download to see some of our info graphics in this post.

More resources about Dung Beetles

We are hosting two Dung Beetle workshops in early December - the resources below will help you prepare for this workshop - but also to learn more about Dung Beetles in Australia after the workshop.

Need some ideas for water and erosion control on your property?

Central Tablelands Landcare with assistance through a non-competitive Landcare grant from the Central Tablelands LLS is bringing Cam Wilson to our district so that we can learn first hand some ideas for tackling erosion and slowing water in our local area. This will be a great follow up for our members that visited Mulloon Creek a few years ago.

Central Tablelands Landcare opens new revegetation programs Central Tablelands Landcare opens new revegetation programs

Central Tablelands Landcare has secured funding from the NSW Environmental Trust and the Central Tablelands LLS to be able to offer landholders a unique opportunity to plant paddock trees and small clusters of trees to better build better links between existing vegetation on their property.

TREES - we are growing and delivering them! TREES - we are growing and delivering them!

Central Tablelands Landcare has a range of opportunities for our landholders to get involved in tree planting over the coming year - including growing the trees and collecting seed. Read on for more information.

We found out how you like to plant your trees

In September 2016 we sent out a quick survey to all our members on our e-newsletter list as well as posting the survey and links on Facebook and other social media. We got 60 replies back in total, 43 from our membership (about a 10% reply rate across our membership of about 400) and we also got 17 replies from our weblink and link on Facebook. The results will support our current application for revegetation grant support through the NSW Environmental Trust.