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Every weekend, everyday, volunteers are finding local solutions to local problems – pulling weeds, planting trees, improving the health of our soil, bushland, waterways and coastlines – the Landcare movement is about people with passion working together to make a difference.  Get involved today!


Now Open!

Nominations are now open for the 2015 Tasmanian Landcare Awards.

Start thinking about who you will nominate!

For information about criteria and categories – click here.

And when you’re ready to make a nomination, click here.


Two great events coming up

Conservation Landholders Tasmania has organised a State-wide conservation forum, for people who directly or indirectly manage land for conservation.

The event will have three guest speakers, and lots of opportunities for participants to share views and learn from each other.
14 May at Campbell Town.

See the program.


And the North East Bioregional Network has an Ecological Restoration Community Symposium with the themeRecovering Landscapes and a Sense of Place.

Guest speakers include Dr Peter McQuillan, Pete Hay, Adam Beeson and Todd Dudley.
23 May at St Helens.

Here’s the event flyer.