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Bulahdelah Sustainable Farming Group
We are primarily local landholders who are interested in sustainable practices for farming. The majority of members have cattle on small farms but we also have a vineyard, sheep, chickens amongst our members.
Located in Landcare Groups
Stonehenge/Glencoe Landcare Group
Stonehenge-Glencoe Landcare group has been an active proponent for sustainable agriculture for a number of decades. Many of its members have been honoured with regional and state Landcare awards.
Located in Landcare Groups
Glen Elgin Eco Carers
The Glen Elgin Eco Carers’ Landcare group formed in 2010 to raise awareness of the area's endangered ecological community – Eucalyptus pauciflora (snow gums) - and to bring landholders together to strategically protect this remnant community from invading grasses (Chilean Needle grass, Whisky grass, and Serrated Tussock) and pest animals such as deer, feral cats, foxes and rabbits.
Located in Landcare Groups
Glen East Landcare
The Glen East Landcare group vigorously works to protect its district from invasive species. Its members have been actively involved in large erosion control and revegetation projects to enhance the sustainability and production levels of this section of agricultural land east of the Glen Innes urban area.
Located in Landcare Groups
Glen Innes Natural Resources Advisory Committee
Located in Landcare Groups
Shoalhaven Landcare Association Inc.
Shoalhaven Landcare Association (SLA) represents all local Landcare groups within the Shoalhaven. SLA consists of representatives from Landcare groups, Shoalhaven City Council and the NSW Local Land Services. Please visit our website at www.shoalhavenlandcare.org.au for more information and contact details.
Located in Landcare Groups
Case Study Gilgunnia Pest Exclusion Cluster
Land managers and members of the Gilgunnia Landcare unite to form a cluster group to better manage the impact of pest animals on productivity using Total Pest Exclusion Fencing.
Located in Landcare Groups / LachLandcare Inc
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.
Located in Landcare Groups / Central Tablelands Landcare Inc / Our stories
Case Study Working on Country together
Located in Landcare Groups / Coffs Harbour Regional Landcare Inc
Cross Property Planning project
The Cross Property Planning project is a six-year community Landcare project to protect and enhance native vegetation in the central Murrumbidgee region of NSW. The region was extensively cleared for agriculture, with the remaining native vegetation (less than 5% of the total area) now existing in small, scattered patches on multiple tenures. This project, funded through the Australian Government’s Biodiversity Fund and the NSW Environmental Trust’s Community Bush Regeneration Fund, aims to link and enhance the fragmented remnants across property boundaries to preserve biodiversity and retain wildlife habitat.
Located in Landcare Groups / Murrumbidgee Landcare Inc / Projects