25th Anniversary Government House Reception & Landcare Tasmania's recognition awards

Opening the Conference weekend and officially recognising Landcare Tasmania's 25th Anniversary at Government House, her Excellency the Governor the Honourable Kate Warner addressed the 153 attendees at the vice regal reception. Trish Hodge from Nita Education gave a Welcome to...

Landcare Residents Recognised in Kingborough

From the Kingston Classifieds, 21 Nov 2019.  

Coal River Valley - 25th Anniversary Conference Field Trip

The Coal River Valley Conference Field Trip was jam-packed! This phenomenal field trip showcased such a diverse variety of landcaring work! From schools, to farms, to salt marsh science, to Indigenous land management - it was a full day!

Bruny Island - 25th Anniversary Conference Field Trip

The Bruny Island Conference Field Trip - what a day! Thank you to our Volunteers, Friends of Adventure Bay, Bruny Island Game Meats, Cat Davidson and Inala Nature Tours for making this Field Trip the absolute best, and of course to...

Luckily for all of us...

Circular Head Chronicle, 15/11/2019 Cartoon by Jeff Power, on Circular Head Landcare, winners of the Virgin Coastcare Award in the 2019 Tasmanian Landcare Awards for their work on ricegrass removal.

2019 Tasmanian Landcare Awards - The Examiner

From The Examiner, 03 Nov 2019 https://www.examiner.com.au/story/6469918/work-of-the-little-people-make-big-difference/ Landcare Tasmania held its annual awards night in Hobart on the weekend Caitlin Jarvis   IMPACT: Michael Nichols, of Redbank Farm, accepts the Innovation in Agriculture award at the Landcare Tasmania awards. Picture: supplied

Our 25th Anniversary Conference kicks off

At least 125 people gathered at the Community Hub on Hobart's Queens Domain to start off their weekend at the 25th Anniversary Tasmanian Community Landcare Conference. Featuring members of NITA Education who gave a Welcome to Country and Cleansing Ceremony, Lisa Cawthen who...

Dr Graeme Stevenson awarded 2020 Tasmania Senior Australian of the Year

From The Examiner 18/10/2019, by Meg Powell Somerset's Dr Graeme Stevenson has been awarded the 2020 Tasmania Senior Australian of the Year.   The Landcare activist was presented with the award at a ceremony on Friday at Government House in...

Schools and Dung Beetles

Posted on Dung Beetle - Ecosystem Engineers   A number of schools around Australia have been working with dung beetles. Dung beetles are a great project for students of all ages. Along with awesome beetles, such projects involve poo! Andrew...

Two Coasters nominated for Australian of the Year Awards

The Advocate, 03 Oct 2019, Meg Powell Wynyard's Madeline Wells and Somerset's Dr Graeme Stevenson have been announced as two of 16 Tasmanians in the running for the state's Australian of the Year Awards. Dr Stevenson is a nominee for the...