Join us this year in celebrating the past and looking towards the future.
2019 is our 25th Anniversary! In the lead-up to the 2019 Tasmanian Community Landcare Conference, we are holding outreach events across the State to celebrate the hard-working community groups supported by Landcare Tasmania. If you have been wondering what Landcare is all about, come along to meet your local groups. If you are already a member, it's a great opportunity to catch up with what others in your area have been up to. The events are being run by the Landcare Tasmania Members Council and Staff.
25th Anniversary Community Outreach Program
13th April 10-4pm – Ecofest – Story telling and visual displays of Landcare in the NW, Wharf Ulverstone, Central Coast Council
17th April 10-2pm – Precision Ag Expo - Landcare Tas stall with Tasmanian Agricultural Productivity Group, Hagley Farm School, Meander Valley
11th May 12-1:30pm – Landcare Legends - meet your reps from around the state, Campbell Town, Northern Midlands
18th May 10-3pm– Restoring Wetlands and Shorebirds of Seymour – working bee + meet Voice of Water artists, Seymour North East
1st June 8:30am -3pm – Salamanca Market Stall - come and see us at Salamanca, Hobart
30th June 2pm-5pm Fun, Food, Fact and Fancy - Celebrating 25 years of Landcare with Northern Care Groups, Lilydale
11th July 5:30-7:30pm – Stories that share the 25+ year journey of community Landcare in Clarence, The Barn, Rosny, Clarence Council
26th July 10-12pm – School National Tree Day - schools, groups and the community get their hands dirty, Lambert Gully, Sandy Bay
28th July 10am-2pm - Community National Tree Day - Kingborough Community at Coffee Creek, Huntingfield, supported by local schools, Scouts, Guides, Care groups and Kingborough Council.
3rd Aug - Marine Birds Ashore: Penguins and Shearwaters in Glamorgan Spring Bay, Swansea, Glamorgan Spring Bay Council
7th Sept 10am-2pm Community Threatened Species Day at Tramway Hill Reserve, Kingston - creating Swift Parrot habitat with Kingborough Council, supported by Kingborough Care groups.
7th Sept 10am–2pm Threatened Species Day Activities at The Lea Scout Centre - Kingston, supported by local Kingborough Care groups, Kingston, Scouts Tasmania, Girl Guides Tasmania, Kingborough Council
8th Sept 11-2pm - Walk and Talk - Choose Echo Sugarloaf Trail or Quarry Reserve/Mickeys Beach – Randalls Bay, Friends of Randalls Bay, Huon Valley Council
TBA –Field Day Changing Practices on Sustainable Farms, Redbank Farm, Sisters Creek, North West
(schedule subject to change)
See our Events Calendar for many other regular working bees and events across the State