25 years of Landcare Celebrated in Clarence

Landcare groups from Clarence and nearby areas gathered at Rosny Barn last night as part of celebrations marking the 25th anniversary of Landcare Tasmania.

New Dung Beetles come to Tassie Farms

Introducing dung beetles to bury cattle and horse manure has been a big success in Australia! Burying all that dung has brought down fly numbers, made the soil more fertile, reduced cattle and horse parasites that breed in dung, allowed...

Seymour Wetland Field Day - 25yr Event

For Landcare Tasmania's 25th Anniversary we are travelling around the state to showcase our member's work to the public. The Seymour Wetland Field Day hosted by Seymour Community Action Group (SCAGI) on the 18th of May 2019 was a great...

Q & A with Landcare Legends Gwendolyn Adams & Brian Baxter

At our Community Outreach Event in Campbell Town on the 11th of May 2019, Landcare Tasmania's Peter Stronach interviewed two Landcare Legends who have been in the Landcare game for 25+ years: Brian Baxter and Gwendolyn Adams

Landcare and the 2019 Federal election

The 2019 Federal election will provide a significant opportunity for the next Australian government to refocus the current National Landcare Program (NLP) to better deliver on its name - Landcare. Despite an investement of $1.1B over 5 years, current funding...

Dirty Hands March 2019

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A Lifetime of Landcare

In our 25th anniversary year we are featuring the stories of people who began the grassroots Landcare movement that helped contribute to the formation of Landcare Tasmania in 1994

Tas Government confirms doubling of Landcare funding

The Tasmanian Government committed to double funding to Landcare Tasmania as part of it's election promises in 2018. The ink is now dry on the paper and to celebrate we had an event with Primary Industries Minister Guy Barnett at...

Clarendon Vale Dung Beetle Project Update

We are pleased to share with you an update from Andrew Doube at Clarendon Vale Primary School on their TLF-funded Dung Beetle Breeding Project.