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Mick Taylor
Eastern and southern Australia are emerging from a widespread and severe drought. For many farmers, drought has meant disruption to crop and livestock production, and loss of income.
Impacts have been ...View More
Mick Taylor
Interested in carbon farming?
In this interview AFI Executive Director, Richard Heath chats with guests Professors Robert White, Brian Davidson and Richard Eckard about the latest occasional paper whic...View More
Mick Taylor
How many times have you de-silted a dam or pulled droughted animals bogged in the silt during drought?
A cost benefit analysis in an #anu report found a 70 percent likelihood of substantial net economi...View More
Mick Taylor
With eight years remaining, we are falling far short of the trajectory needed to achieve the
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and to halve global greenhouse gas emissions in line with the Paris A...View More
Mick Taylor
A revisit to Winona to look at Colin Seis ongoing soil and landscape rehabilitation journey and the ongoing ecological improvement since the original case study over a decade ago.
Retesting the soils ...View More
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Mick Taylor
A strong argument for conservative stocking, maintaining comprehensive ground cover, improving soil hydrology and available water, for improved soil and biodiversity.
See: https://soilsforlife.org.au/t...View More
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Mick Taylor
An estimated 30,000 koalas died in the Black Sumer bushfires. A group of landowners and volunteers are planting thousands of trees to create safe corridors to try to halt the alarming drop in koala nu...View More
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James Walsh
Landcare Australia's direct seeding project on AWC's Dakalanta Wildlife Sanctuary is thriving! Over 1190 Ha of direct seeding was completed during 2016 & 2017 on Eyre Peninsula, SA.
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Mick Taylor
Gain skills and knowledge in rural business development and management with the Farm Business Management Skill Set AHCSS00030.
This special UQ Skills ‘for women, by women’ edition of this program is av...View More
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Greater Sydney Landcare
5 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
2 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. 
Mike Cormack
Alexander Barnstone
Hunter Region Landcare Network Inc.
6 members Landcare
The Hunter Region Landcare Network (HRLN) supports the Landcare community in working to improve the natural environment of the Hunter Region. The network is a collective voice that represents the Landcare community at a local, state and national level. The HRLN encourages and facilitates effective coordination of resources, information and ideas across the Hunter Region to support and celebrate practical Landcare solutions to local natural resource management problems. The aims of the network are to facilitate field days and workshops, share knowledge and resources, promote funding opportunities, showcase local projects, and celebrate landcare community achievements.
HL
4 members Landcare
Hawkesbury-Nepean Landcare Network aims to grow, develop and influence the community and landscape. It hopes to grow and empower community action in landcaring including conservation on properties & reserves, small scale agriculture, school projects and regional projects.  We connect our members with information for their properties and to a local group that matches their interests or we help them start their own group! Couple of our projects and groups at the moment Koala corridor across 13 properties in Little Wheeny Creek Wetlands in the Hawkesbury Recovering Our Bushland After Fire in Upper Hawkesbury Wildlife in Macdonald Valley Platypus Landcare - this is a Cattai Hills Environment Porject that we support Western Sydney Dry Rainforest landholder resource Farm it Forward - growing food Fruit Trees 101 workshops Platypus in Penrith  - supporting Mulgoa Valley Landcare School House Creek Fish Habitat Restoration Blue Mountains Shale Cap Forest project   - with Hawkesbury River County Council We support local groups and their projects, if you are in the region, contact us and we can help you find the right group! Follow us on Instagram too @hawkesburynepeanlandcare If you have a Landcare project or idea, feel free to reach out and ask us! Katherine Clare Local Landcare Coordinator landcare@hrcc.nsw.gov.au 0410616139