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Responding to injured Wildlife with WIRES: https://youtu...View More
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Mick Taylor
Turns out….Improving agricultural extension and advisory services requires action, evidence and advocacy all around the world!
https://www.digitalgreen.org/usaid-dlec/
Mick Taylor
Globally, over 300 million tons of plastics is manufactured annually. An estimated 70 per cent of all single use plastics, at some stage of their life cycle (whole, partially decomposed, or microplast...View More
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Dung Beetles Field Day, SFS Inverleigh Trial Site, 6 November 2021, 9.00-1.00pm.
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Danielle Packer
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Fred Caterson Landcare is a volunteer community group that has been meeting up regularly (pre-COVID lockdown) getting up to a lot of different learning and fun activities, connecting young families fr...View More
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2 members Landcare
The Valley for Wildlife is a group in Macdonald Valley. We live and are surrounded my wildlife in our valley, caring for them is just what we do.  Currently our focus is on wombats, managing and treating mange and building community awareness. Koalas and Rock wallabies are also animals we focus on.    (more to be added)
Katherine Clare
Tobias Davidson
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1 member Landcare
O.V.E.R the Hill is Landcare Project commencing with Rainforest Revegetation of the hillslopes behind the Botanica Over 50s Lifestyle Resort in Cairns. O.V.E.R which stands for Occasional Voluntary Ecological Restoration is a group of interested resident assisted by local professionals to rehabilitate and revegetate the area. The project is set to include the removal of weeds, planting of 5000 native rainforest species, the installation of beehives, plus walking trails and seating areas along with the requisite ongoing maintenance. Botainca residents are involved in the project at many levels depending on what suits their interests and lifestyle. The over 50s residents bring with them skills and knowledge to support what I call "productive recreation", that is, using your time in retirement to do things that have meaning and purpose. The fact that OVER the Hill project is improving our environment and giving back to a planet that has given us so much, is a bonus.
Greater Sydney Landcare
6 members Landcare
Greater Sydney Landcare (GSL) is a membership-based community organisation that aims to support individuals, groups or organisations who are working to protect, restore and improve the natural environment of Greater Sydney. We work with and welcome new members to build a large network of likeminded people with a focus on natural resource management and sustainable agriculture. Our region includes metropolitan Sydney, greater western Sydney, the Central Coast, Blue Mountains and south, to Wingecarribee. WHO ARE WE? We are a team of two part time Local Landcare Coordinators, One Project Manager and two Project Coordinators (Creating Canopies project) and one casual Project officer (Streamwatch Program). We are governed and guided by a Steering Committee made up of passionate volunteers who contribute through experience, skills and local knowledge. We are always looking for more Committee members, so if you would like to get involved please email … chair@greatersydneylandcare.org We are employed through grants and partnerships and, would welcome your contribution to the Network by becoming a financial member (find out more here).
Activate the Wheatbelt
3 members Landcare
Bringing communities together to plant trees for the future. We create unique events in the WA Wheatbelt that combine music, art and local culture to connect rural and urban communities in re-vegetation efforts.