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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

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...

Public Consultation: Cat Management Amendment Bill 2019

The draft exposure bill of proposed amendments to the Tasmanian Cat Management Act 2009 has been released for public comment. Public consultation is open and closes at 5pm on 4 October 2019. If you would like to make a submission, please read...

Report "Change is in the Air" by Australian Farm Institute

A research report highlighting the risks at stake, case studies, and the need for a national strategy - and the consequences for not having one.

Threatened Species Day at Tramway Hill

What a great Threatened Species Day at Tramway Hill on Saturday 7th Sept 2019!

Conference Program Reveal

Hannah Maloney | Shasta Henry | Todd Dudley | Andrew Doube | David McElwee | Lauren Faulkner | Kaylene Allan | Vishnu Prahalad  |  Jamie Graham  We are super pumped to share with you the next round of conference and field trip announcements! We are less...

Landcare Tasmania Turns 25 - ABC Country Hour

Landcare Tasmania turns 25, ABC Country Hour talks to the CEO and to some people involved in some great Landcare projects on farms and in forests.

In the Mercury - Why Landcare Funding Needs a Shake Up

Featured in the Mercury on 01 Aug 2019 An interview with Landcare Tasmania's CEO Rod Knight, at Sandy Bay's Lambert Gully Reserve where Mt Carmel College's new Landcare group held a planting event for National Tree Day last Friday.