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Central Tablelands Landcare Inc

Contact: Marita Sydes and Sally Kirby (Landcare Coordinators) (send a message)
Phone: 0429 979780 or 0416 255 065
Town: Orange - Bathurst
Central Tablelands Landcare has a membership of groups and individuals across the district - drawing from the towns of Orange, Bathurst, Molong and Blayney and all the surrounding localities. Members of Central Tablelands Landcare - the majority being volunteers - are committed to improving their environment by improving natural resource management and sustainable farming practices. Our upcoming events are listed under the events tab on the right of this page and if you would like to read about some of our work please visit our stories page.

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Our Projects

Stepping stones through our endangered grassy woodlands

Stepping stones through our endangered grassy woodlands

In early 2015 we were advised that our Environmental Trust Restoration and Rehabilitation Grant was successful. This grant will run from September 2015 - June 2018.
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Local Landcare Coordinator Initiative

Local Landcare Coordinator Initiative

The Local Landcare Coordinator Initiative is a jointly delivered program from Local Land Services and Landcare NSW. It is funded by the NSW State Governments $15 million over 4 year commitment to support Landcare in NSW. This project provides Central Tablelands Landcare Inc. funds to employ 1x 0.5 EFT (part-time) Local Landcare Coordinator, to work with their host organisation(s) as part of a statewide network.
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Central Tablelands Landcare Non-competitive Funding 2016-17

Central Tablelands Landcare Non-competitive Funding 2016-17

The Central Tablelands Landcare network received funding from the Central Tablelands LLS in 2016 - 2017 through the Landcare Non-Competitive stream to undertake on-ground and capacity building outcomes which aim to improve community capacity and the natural resource base in our district.
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Central Tablelands Landcare - Green Army Team

Central Tablelands Landcare - Green Army Team

COMPLETED - Central Tablelands Landcare has it's first Green Army Team starting in May 2015 with another two projects running after this one up until October 2016.
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Strengthening connections between our  endangered ecological communities

Strengthening connections between our endangered ecological communities

COMPLETED - Central Tablelands Landcare successfully applied for funding through the Australian Federal Governments Clean Energy Future’s Biodiversity Fund for a project to fund landholders in our district to undertake plantings in our district to strengthen connections between our Endangered Ecological Communities.
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