Community of Practice
The role of the Community of Practice is to increase the activity and effectiveness of the NSW Landcare network by providing a consistent approach to building capacity across the state. This will be done by building on the existing channels in which Landcarers share information, learn, communicate, network, collate data, access training, develop case studies and tell stories.
Bridges to Boorowa
A rural-urban partnership between Boorowa Shire Council and North Sydney Council to facilitate volunteer tree planting in the Central Tablelands of NSW.
Central Tablelands Green Army: The Koalas of Neville
The Green Army in conjunction with the Mid Lachlan Landcare group are restoring fragmented vegetation in koala habitats.
Connecting Coastal Vegetation and Volunteers from Leggy Point to Burwood Beach
This project was conceived to unite landcare project sites and guardian groups along the coastal corridor of Glenrock State Conservation Area, between Glenrock Lagoon to the south, and the northern end of Burwood Beach – to restore a total of 9ha.
This project was funded by the Federal Government’s Caring for Our Country program.
Dung Beetle Friendly Farms
A demonstration project in the Northern Slopes to increase dung beetle populations and build skills in dung beetle awareness and identification.
Fox Control Program
A project involving landholders, government agencies and more than 30 community groups to undertake coordinated fox control in the New England.
An award winning, two-day conference for years 5 and 6 students in the New England, based on the kids-teaching-kids methodology.
Holbrook Nutrient Management
Use it or Lose it – a soils project of Holbrook Landcare Network focused on the Phosphorus cycle and soil health. The project included training programs, subsidised soil testing, surveys and establishment of a farmer advisory group.
Held annually in the New England-North West since 1999, this event includes farm tours, rotating workshops, awards and networking opportunities.
My Local Native Garden
An initiative of Brunswick Valley Landcare to develop a local planting guide to increase biodiversity and build awareness among rural and urban residents.
A long-term, community driven program in the Upper Lachlan, to drive on-ground control of invasive weed, Serrated Tussock.
Women in the Landscape
A rural women’s initiative of Little River Landcare to engage women in Landcare activities and improve gender balance in Landcare membership.