Linking in with the first year of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, this unmissable once every two year weekend will bring together Landcarers from across the State. Offering 3 days of jam-packed programming with a wide range of speakers, hands-on workshops, panel discussions, field days and networking opportunities.
Friday 1 October
Mayoral Reception at Launceston Town Hall *by invite only 2pm – 3.00pm
Welcome BBQ at the River Bend Park Launceston 6pm – 8.00pm
Saturday 2 October
Conference talks, workshops and panel discussions 9am - 4.30pm
Landcare Awards dinner celebration at Tailrace Centre 6.30pm – 9pm
Sunday 3 October
Field trips in the region linking in with talks and
workshops from the Saturday conference approx 9am – 4.30pm
The Program Includes:
- Large, small and community scale ecosystem restoration projects
- Urban restoration – what can you do in your own backyard: living with wild animals on urban fringes
- Agricultural restoration – who is leading the way and what results are they getting
- Weed and pest management
- Innovation in regenerative and sustainable Ag
- Community restoration – mental health and resources to bring people together so we can work together longer and better; ecological services nature provides humans; the next generation of Landcarers
- Wild Restoration – large scale projects in Tasmania, interstate and internationally
- Coasts and Climate Change
- Biodiversity and conservation
- Indigenous restoration - Fire and Indigenous land management
- How to fund the longevity of restoration – Dr. Shane Richards on how to use and analyse your Citizen science data to help in grant writing and long term citizen science observations in your patch; Caring for the conservationists, focus on mental wellbeing with Jessie Panazzolo; Media release writing workshop; Work smarter not harder - How to identify roles your group might need and how to attract those volunteers;
- Workshops on strengthening volunteer groups, run by Volunteering Tasmania
- Much more to come!
Image of 2019 Conference day, keynote speaker Acting CEO Peter Stronach
Nominations are now open for Landcare Tasmania's three categories of recognition for outstanding contributions to Landcare.
Roll of Honour
Honorary Life Membership
Tasmanian Premier's Landcare Award
These Awards will be presented at a special Mayoral Reception at Launceston Town Hall on Friday 1st October.
Image of Paul Thomas receiving his Roll of Honour award from the Governor Kate Warner
Landcare Australia award nominations are now open. This year the categories are:
- Australian Government Individual Landcarer Award
- Australian Government Partnerships for Landcare Award
- Australian Government Landcare Farming Award
- Coastcare Award
- Landcare Community Group Award
- Woolworths Junior Landcare Team Award
- Indigenous Land Management Award
- Young Landcare Leadership Award
Image of 2019 Australian Government Partnerships for Landcare Award Winners, Tamar NRM
Tickets Go On Sale : 1 June 2021
* Pricing includes GST
** Price excludes online ticketing fee
*** If booking a membership ticket, please make sure your membership is up-to-date
**** Event timings and program is subject to change
We'd like to thank our generous Conference & Awards sponsors
The 2021 Tasmanian Community Landcare Conference is made possible by the support of numerous people, businesses, and organisations.
2021 State & Territory Landcare Awards Sponsors
This prestigious national awards program is made possible with the support of the Australian Government, state and territory governments, corporate sponsorship, and with in-kind support from the many volunteers who are working to help the state and territory award event coordinators.
Look Back on The 2019 Program
Reflect, reorientate and reinvigorate your passion for caring for the land.
Landcare Tasmania acknowledges the traditional and original owners of this land nipaluna, and the luyni mungalina people where this conference is being held.