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Landcare NSW supports bushfire affected communities

Landcare NSW supports bushfire affected communities

As reports come in from the devastating bushfires that have impacted so many of our communities, words cannot fully express how saddened our entire Landcare community is for the losses so many of our groups are experiencing. The statistics are staggering. Nearly 5...

Landcaring: supporting bees and their importance in our landscapes

Landcaring: supporting bees and their importance in our landscapes

  November was pollinator month and as fires ravaged much of the NSW and drought takes its ongoing toll on local landscapes, apiarists (or bee keepers) have been busy supporting their bees - wild and domestic - from the stresses of the current conditions. With...

Update on the NSW Landcare Program 2019-2023

Update on the NSW Landcare Program 2019-2023

The NSW Landcare Program (2019 – 2023) is a $22.4 million investment co-delivered by Landcare NSW and NSW Local Land Services to unlock the potential of the extensive volunteer network and Landcare movement across NSW. Read more.

The future is in good hands

The future is in good hands

To mark the milestone of Landcare’s 30th anniversary in 2019, Landcare NSW held an event on 13 November to launch the booklet, ‘Caring for Land and People – A History of Landcare NSW 2007-2019’. The founders of the state peak body, Landcare NSW, came together to celebrate this occassion.

Landcare NSW Annual Report 2018/2019

Landcare NSW Annual Report 2018/2019

Chairs Report and Introduction by Stephanie Cameron.   2019 marked 30 years of Landcare in NSW, and what an incredible achievement for our community. From a small collection of grassroots environmentalists and agriculturalists to a nationwide movement, we have...