Landcare Tasmania Directorship Opportunities

Landcare Tasmania is seeking expressions of interest for Directors to fill casual vacancies on our Board.

What are the Impacts of Feral Cats?

Landcare Tasmania has teamed up with local experts to highlight the impact of cats not just on wildlife, but also livestock and human health. ABCs Tasmanian Country Hour reporter David Barnott-Clement went out to the Coal River Valley in southern...

Team Building That's Good for the Earth

The team from Eighty Options web designing company came and did a planting with us - it was an opportunity to team build and do a little something for the environment while they're at it! 

I Heart Trees

With stormy weather and only a handful of volunteers, we braved the elements and planted a heart that can be seen from the sky. 

Three Taroona Tree-Plantings

The Taroona Environment Network pulled together three fantastic planting days on a bike track embankment, a gully and the coast - and they had a blast while doing so. 

More Habitat for Berwick Bandicoots

We got together with the team at Francesca Collections to plant more habitat for bandicoots and wildlife at the Berwick Close property in Acton Park. 

Search for Dung Beetle Begins

The Bubas bison dung beetle was introduced to Tasmania about 20 years ago to bury cow dung, reduce fly numbers, and improve soils... but we don't know if the introduction was successful, and we need some help. 

The Dirty Hands - August 2021

20th August 2021 Conference Program reveal, Outreach program update, Landcare in the news + more!

Media Recognition for National Landcare Awards

Last month, we saw Tassie farmer Michael Nichols take home a National Landcare Award - and the media told the story again, and again... he even got a feature in the Israeli news! Lets take a look at some of...

'Ten more years to restore the planet'

"There has never been a more urgent need to revive damaged ecosystems than now"