A Lifetime of Landcare

In our 25th anniversary year we are featuring the stories of people who began the grassroots Landcare movement that became Landcare Tasmania in 1994 …

Soft Shoot Gorse Moth Getting Around the State

The soft shoot gorse moth has been building up in numbers at several breeding sites since its introduction to Tasmania in 2008. Peter Stronach from Landcare Tasmania joined Dr John Ireson and several landholders from Northern Tasmania in December to...

2018 Year In Review

2018 was a great year for community Landcare in Tasmania!  The generosity of the community to contribute to better environmental and sustainability outcomes was once again strong.  For Landcare Tas this is seen in continuing growth in the number of...

Dirty Hands

2018 was a great year... plus our 25th is coming in 2019! Click here to sign up to Landcare Tasmania's monthly bulletin 2018 was a great year... plus our 25th anniversary is coming in 2019

Friends of Randalls Bay Coastcare in the Mercury

Friends of Randalls Bay Coastcare launch fundraiser to preserve coastal land

Meander MOB October 2018

Landcare Tasmania's 7th Member Outreach BBQ (MOB) was held 27 October in Meander and was once again successful in helping local Landcare get to know each other, share their experiences and learn new ways of going about their Landcare work.  ...

Dirty Hands October 2018

October 2018 - Dabbers, Awards, Spring Events, International Click here to sign up to Landcare Tasmania's monthly bulletin Tasmanian Landcarers in the spotlight  

Graeme Stevenson - living Landcare treasure

We've all met them. People whose enthusiasm and passion for something is infectious. Dr Graeme Stevenson, poologist extraordinaire, is one of them. Graeme was one of only three finalists for the 2018 Bob Hawke Landcare Award, in recognition of several decades...