Thanks to all who made this sold-out weekend of celebration, re-connection, and inspiration a huge success!
Tasmanian Community Landcare Conference 2023
Building Momentum: Turning Knowledge into Action
The conference weekend at Spring Bay Mill from the 13th to the 15th of October brought together the grassroots community of Landcarers from across the State over 3 days. A wide range of speakers, hands-on workshops, panel discussions, field days and networking opportunities tied into our 2023 Strategic Intents:
- Healthy Landscapes - The environmental impact of land management and sustainability challenges in Tasmania
- Empowered Communities - Building the capacity of the Landcare community to be well-resourced, confident, competent, and committed
- Supportive Network - Collaboration with partners, donors, and supporters
- Collective Voice - Effective advocacy, broad publicity and engagement
- Strong Foundations - Effective governance, safety, and planning for the future
Click on the tiles below to read more about the Conference happenings and see some great images of the weekend of events
Landcare Tasmania acknowledges that the island of lutruwita/Tasmania is Aboriginal Land, sovereignty was not, and never will be, ceded. Aboriginal people have cared for lutruwita since the beginning of time.
We pay respects to the palawa / pakana of lutruwita and strive to fulfil our simple but collective vision –
That all Tasmanian communities are empowered and enabled to care for the land and water of lutruwita/Tasmania
Landcare Tasmania's Recognition Awards were presented at the Awards Dinner on the Conference weekend, Saturday the 14th of October.
- Tasmanian Premier Award
- Roll of Honour
- Honorary Life Membership
- Tasmanian Landcare Group Award
- Young Tasmanian Landcarer Award
The 2023 Tasmanian Community Landcare Conference is proudly supported by: