How to nominate Every two years, Tasmanian's just like you have the opportunity to nominate an exceptional leader or group for the Tasmanian Landcare Awards. Some people in the Landcare community really keep us organised, inspire us, motivate us and...

Rosny-Montagu Bay Landcare and Coastcare Group

Dropped in to catch up with members of the Rosny-Montagu Bay Landcare and Coastcare group at their weekend working bee. Spreading mulch and plant trees were the main activities of the winter skeleton crew supported by the group mascot, Jack....

What and why is this Landcare Census? Find out on ABC.

You might have heard that Landcare Tasmanian is running a census of involvement in community Landcare.  Landcare Tas Executive Officer Rod Knight explained the census to ABC Radio's Sally Dakis.

  Landcare Tasmania is running a ‘Census’ to help us understand more about the broad community of volunteers, members, supporters and stakeholders. This Census is intended for all individuals with an interest in Landcare. These can be members and volunteers...

Tasmanian Landcare Group Launches Trailblazing Cat Trap

The Upper Meander Landcare group showcased a newly designed cat trap that will be used as part of a project funded by the National Threatened Species Unit. The launch of the project was supported by local Landcare groups, the Meander...

Native plants available

The Understorey Network is having a native plant sale at its Glenorchy nursery this Saturday 8 July and Monday 10 July. Its a great time to pick up some great plants for any Landcare planting you might be doing.

Tramway Hill Landcare - June working bee

Winter doesn't deter them! Tramway Hill Landcare held their latest working be on 25 June at the Neirinna Creek Reserve at Margate. A solid morning's work saw some pretty decent results from this small but committed bunch of Landcarers.  ...

PCYC lends a hand to Castle Forbes Bay Landcare Group

The Castle Forbes Bay Landcare Group received a boost last month getting some much needed track work done. Members of the Huon Valley Police and Community Youth Club (PCYC) added some muscle to building a portion of the Yellow Foot...

Changes to Aboriginal Relics Act

Legislation working its way through the Tasmanian parliament will change the way Aboriginal heritage in Tasmania is protected. These changes may affect Landcarers, so read on for more information.

Opportunity to be part of our new Board

Landcare Tasmania is modernising its management structure, with a move towards a skills-based Board for management and a Members Council for representing the interests of the thousands of Landcarers across Tasmania. Expressions of interest are now being sought for appointment...