Central Tablelands Landcare has a range of equipment for use by our membership along with a range of resources that we have developed or partnered with other other organisations to produce. We hope that you find something useful here.
Local Native Seed Supply Strategy for the Central Tablelands Landcare District targeting Box Gum Woodlands

This seed supply strategy for Central Tablelands Landcare is one of six strategies developed by Greening Australia. These strategies are part of the 2009-2010 federally funded Caring for our Country Communities in Landscapes Project1 . The other five strategies are for Little River Landcare Group, (south west Wellington); Burra, Royalla and Fernleigh Park Landcare groups,(south Canberra); Weddin Local Landscape (Grenfell region); Young District including the Dananbilla-Illunie Range and the Kyeamba Valley- Humula – Oberne and Tarcutta Landcare areas, (east of Wagga Wagga). Greening Australia has 30 years experience working with land holders to assess, restore, research and manage native vegetation on private and public land, the organisation was well placed to facilitate this strategy2 . This document was prepared by Bindi Vanzella with assistance from other staff at Greening Australia, Capital Region.