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Did you know that Net Zero America 2050 - the 1st study that quantifies how one country can decarbonize its entire economy - dedicates 3 out of 6 key pillars to GHG storage and there is a...View More
Mick Taylor
Richard Daugherty and Sarah Burrows set out to find a property that provided the lifestyle and outdoor experiences they so desired.
From a regenerative perspective Balala Station may have been a blank...View More
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There’s increasing pressure on farmers to sequester carbon, change practice and prove they are good stewards of the land. Fair enough too.
But what can you do if you don’t own a farm. What if you’re a ...View More
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The UN Climate Summit in Glasgow presents an important opportunity for Australia to showcase leadership as a country that takes climate action seriously.
In this VIDEO, Dave Sharma explains the advant...View More
Danielle Packer
Cattai Hills Environment Network and Hawkesbury-Nepean Landcare Network have teamed up to create these amazing signs to educate the community about the likelihood of Koalas living nearby and the habit...View More
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Are livestock always bad for the planet?
The global debate on climate change is focusing attention on reducing emissions from livestock production, particularly ruminants.
As a result, advocates of a ...View More
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The global beef value chain manages natural resources responsibly and enhances ecosystem health.
Landcare farming has developed six themes and supporting actions to ensure the principles can be deliver...View More
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by August 23, 2021
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The community on Landcarer is growing every day, and we want you be a part of that growth! Landcarer helps individuals and groups involved in caring for land and water, to expand their knowledge, skills, and resources through the only online platform dedicated purely to landcare. It’s the place to be for landcare networks and groups, Traditional Owners, landcare facilitators and coordinators, landowners, farmers and farming systems groups, Bushcare and ‘Friends of’ groups, Coastcare, Dune...
by August 19, 2021
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Your fellow landcarers want to see photos of your landcare experiences. Post any landcare related pic– perhaps a rarely sited animal, or a silly moment among your Landcare group. Whatever it is, make sure you post your pic on Landcarer between 19 Aug and 5 Sep for your chance to win $500! The winning photo will have the most comments and likes.  Include a caption such as a short description of where the photo was taken, or what was happening that day that made it so special.  Don’t forget th...
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Over 130 landcare, farming groups and individual producers have applied via an open call for Expressions of Interest to participate in the Landcare Farming Benchmarking Project. The 50 groups selected to participate across Australia are now training to measure the carbon footprint or natural capital of their business. Following the training workshops, the participating groups will have an opportunity to develop a demonstration project showcasing farming practices that build carbon and incr...
by April 27, 2021
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Have you got a story to tell about your experience in Landcare? If you do, then you should definitely post it on Landcarer, Landcare Australia’s online community platform for the landcare community. Write a story and post it on Landcarer between April 20th and June 5th to get a chance to win $500! You can write about anything landcare. Whether that be best practices you use out on the field, what your landcare group has achieved, why you love the environment or fun facts about your local...
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By Lisa Redman, Henley Dunes Care Group, South Australia ...
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The Intrepid Landcare Leadership Retreats fast-tracks young people’s understanding of landcare activities in their communities ...
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The 54,000-hectare property is now home to 95 per cent of the word’s black-eared miners ...
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By David Littleproud MP, Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources David Littleproud MP. ...
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Dr Shane Norrish, CEO Landcare Australia Landcare Australia chief executive officer, Dr Shane Norrish ...
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The partnership between USQ and John Deere is enabling research to help lift farm productivity and develop the next generation of agricultural technologies. Photo: USQ Photography. Spray weed technology developed by University of Southern Queensland (USQ) researchers will soon be in use on John Deere machinery. The technology, which is able to distinguish between weeds and crops in sugarcane, horticulture and cotton crops, will be installed on high clearance sprayer booms after USQ succes...