Think you've got a Landcare tale to tell?

Landcare is seeking submissions of stories on successes and learning for the quarterly publication Landcare in Focus.

  • The February issue on biosecurity management: invasive species, pests, and disease has a deadline of January 6
  • The March special publication on farming innovation and best practice land management has a deadline of February 3.

Article submissions must be between 150-600 words saved as a Microsoft Word document or a PDF; have at least one and no more than two or three high resolution images that clearly illustrate the accompanying article. Full captions for each attached image and permission to publish from any people in photos are required. More?

Want to learn more about pests  - camera trapping and how you can help monitor rabbit disease go to the PestSmart Rabbit website

Groups "Tell their Stories"

Under the Local Landcare Coordinator initiative, one of the products has been the development of a case study template that allows groups to “tell their story”.  The feature is available for all groups who have a Gateway page – simply log in and choose add new case study.  It’s a great way to produce a summary report on any activity or project your group has done – it is visible as a web page view, or can be downloaded into a PDF format that can be used as a flyer, inserted in a report, or even blown up for use as a poster.

In completing case studies you are letting everyone know the great range of things that groups do – and are adding to an online library of activities that allows groups and individuals to Share Learn and Connect. We do hope you take the opportunity to tell your story by submitting a case study or two.  Go to for instructions, and contact your local Landcare Coordinator who can help.  When you submit  your case study it will be reviewed and once endorsed will be visible.  Check out the case studies that have been completed so far.

Upcoming Events
A bus trip to show case good erosion and water management in our area - highlighting what can be done using existing on farm resources. Also a chance to workshop ideas for how to mend a problem site on the day.
Where: Bus trip
When: Feb 24, 2017
Are you interested in learning about bees, or perhaps having your own hive but don't know where to start?
Where: Straw Bale Shed, Australian Rural Education Centre (AREC), Ulan Rd, Mudgee
When: Feb 25, 2017 08:45 AM to Feb 26, 2017 05:00 PM
Shoalhaven Landcare displays our events on our Landcare webpage at:
When: Jun 29, 2025
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