Director vacancies on Landcare Tasmania Board

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

The Dirty Hands - September 2020

| AGM announced | Landcare + MONA | Landcare + UTAS | Awesome Donors | New Staff | 

Pipe Clay Coastcare Working Bee Success

An amazing day was had at the Pipe Clay Coastcare working bee this September! 

JM Roberts Charitable Trust

6/09/2020. Every year since 2004, Landcare Tas has been able to support projects of our members through funds donated to the tax-deductible Tasmanian Landcare Fund. We're excited to be able to continue supporting projects this year, with a range of existing and...

Landcare Tas 2020 AGM

The Landcare Tasmania Annual General Meeting will be held on Sunday 25 October 2020. The AGM is an important opportunity for members to become informed of key activities for the last financial year, ask questions, and to have their say...

Glenlusk Project Success

The Friends of Collinsvale have been busy utilising their wildlife camera traps they received as part of their Community Environment Program grant care of MP for Clarke Andrew Wilkie this month. Landcare Tasmania has been working in partnership with Australian...

Landcare Victoria's return on investment study

16/09/2020   Landcare Victoria recently commissioned the RPS Group to undertake a return on investment study into the Victorian Landcare Facilitators program. Funding for Landcare Facilitators is an investment in people that delivers high returns both financially and to the community....

24 Carrot Garden Schools Get Planting

Schools get planting as part of the Sustainable Schools Initiative! 

Landcare at Nierinna Creek

From the Kingborough Chronicle, 01 Sept 2020.   Photo caption: A small group of volunteers, which included Roz Thurn and Angela Brinkhoff, participated in the first Tramway Hill Landcare Group wroking bee at the Nierinna Creek Reserve since March, after COVID-19...

Fifteen Trees Plantings - Groups get more plants in the ground!

This July and August over 1,000 plants have been put in the ground thanks to Fifteen Trees and our industrious member groups Cooee to Camdale Coastcare, Alexander Creek Landcare, and Lagunta Association.