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To make a difference to on-farm productivity and the natural resource base its important to know what sources, factors and forms of soil organic carbon - and why is it important.
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WIRES Landcare project site 2 in the Akoonah Timbarra Reserve, Beechmont Q. Landcare members admiring Bird Nest Ferns and Staghorns, survivors of drought and fire. Growing from spore it will be a l...View More
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WIRES Project Site 2 Akoonah Timbarra Reserve, Beechmont Q. Landcare members place epiphytes in trees to replace those lost in drought and fires. Epiphytes provide homes for invertebrates and thereb...View More
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Nature Stewards
6 members Topics
Keen to learn more about your local environment? Meet other like-minded people? Nature Stewards might be the program for you! The Nature Stewards program is a 10 week introductory environmental education program, offering 46 hrs training both in-class and in the field (COVID pending). It it open to anyone over the age of 18 years and offers the chance to hear from local experts across a wide range of topics, build further connections with nature, and find out where and how to get involved locally! A key aim of the program is to build the next generation of environmental volunteers ready to get involved and active for nature and we are thrilled to work with many Landcare groups! We look forward to continuing to support local groups through showcasing the wonderful works being done, boosting group numbers, and ensuring they thrive into the future.  To find out more, see https://outdoorsvictoria.org.au/nature-stewards/ If you are keen to partner with us, don't hesitate to get in touch! naturestewards@outdoorsvictoria.org.au
Nature Stewards
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Junior Landcare
23 members Other
Welcome to the Junior Landcare Community. This community is for anyone involved in Junior Landcare. This is a place where you can connect with people who are as passionate about nurturing the next generation of environmental guardians as you are. We welcome conversation about any Junior Landcare activties. Ask questions, share knowledge, troubleshoot issues, post photos, and collaborate with people who are working towards a common goal. Community Standards Members of this group agree to abide by Landcarer’s Community Standards and End User Licence Agreement. We need your help to ensure the community runs as smoothly as possible, and is a positive, supportive and collaborative place. The full standards can be found at the link above, but the main points are: It goes without saying, but only post information that you have the right to share. Please respect our diverse community by posting information that is appropriate to share in a community forum. Graphic imagery, offensive language or violence will not be allowed. If you are sharing imagery of children, please only share images that you have permission to share on this platform. Be courteous and respectful of individuals, organisations and their opinions. Think twice before you comment, and ask yourself, would you say this to someone’s face? If the answer is no, scroll on! Please don’t spam or troll by posting irrelevant, repetitive or misleading content. Business posts or advertising aren’t allowed, and will be deleted. If you want to enquire about advertising opportunities, please contact us. If you’re a journalist and you see good material for a story, ask for permission before you do anything with it. Anyone breaking this rule will be kicked off the platform. As a user of Landcarer, if you see anything on the platform that contravenes these guidelines, please report it using the report function. You can report a post by clicking on the three dots on the right of the post and selecting ‘report feed’ from the dropdown menu. If you have any questions or need support, please contact us via our feedback form.
Bushfire Recovery
27 members Disaster recovery
Welcome to the Bushfire Recovery Community. This community is for anyone involved in on-ground projects in bushfire affected areas across Australia. This work includes pest plant and animal management, erosion control, restoring wildlife habitat, shelterbelts and fences, protecting waterways, managing weeds and feral animals, and the countless other recovery activities. Ask questions, share knowledge, troubleshoot issues, post photos, and collaborate with people who are working towards a common goal. Community Standards Members of this group agree to abide by Landcarer’s Community Standards and End User Licence Agreement. We need your help to ensure the community runs as smoothly as possible, and is a positive, supportive and collaborative place. The full standards can be found at the link above, but the main points are: It goes without saying, but only post information that you have the right to share. Please respect our diverse community by posting information that is appropriate to share in a community forum. Graphic imagery, offensive language or violence will not be allowed. Be courteous and respectful of individuals, organisations and their opinions. Think twice before you comment, and ask yourself, would you say this to someone’s face? If the answer is no, scroll on! Please don’t spam or troll by posting irrelevant, repetitive or misleading content. Business posts or advertising aren’t allowed, and will be deleted. If you want to enquire about advertising opportunities, please contact us. If you’re a journalist and you see good material for a story, ask for permission before you do anything with it. Anyone breaking this rule will be kicked off the platform. As a user of Landcarer, if you see anything on the platform that contravenes these guidelines, please report it using the report function. You can report a post by clicking on the three dots on the right of the post and selecting ‘report feed’ from the dropdown menu. If you have any questions or need support, please contact us via our feedback form.