The little penguin that could, would, and did!

A story of the brave P7 - the little penguin that could, would and did, with a little help from the hardworking crew at Penguin Rehab and Release. Download the full story written by Kathy Grieveson HERE. 

Landcare in the news!

Avid Landcarers have been attracting attention in the news! Soil First Tasmania have shared some of their soil trial journey in the Tasmanian Country.  The dedicated duo of Bridgewater/Gagebrook Cleanup Group had their community campaign featured in Brighton Community News, and shared their...

Regenerative Agriculture with Celia Leverton

We interview Regenerative Agriculture Network Tasmania (RANT) member Celia Leverton who talks about her passion for regenerative agriculture practices  on her farm Whistlers Ridge, in Franklin Tasmania.

Getting Bushfire-Ready this Winter

Winter is the perfect time to start thinking about how you are going to prepare for bushfire season. 

2020 Pilot Cat Control Project

Sulphur Creek Preservation Bay Coastcare group have been working to ensure the protection of shorebirds through a pilot cat control project. We have had permission to share the following summary of the project update written by Sulphur Creek Preservation Bay...

Networking with the global restoration community: The North East Bioregional Network

Our members, the North East Bioregional Network (NEBN), have extended their efforts globally through their involvement in two global ecological projects: The EcoHealth Network, and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).   

Planting at Collinsvale

A successful day of planting at Collinsvale to support threatened species. 

The Dirty Hands - July 2020

The Dirty Hands July 2020 Trees available | We're hiring | Working Groups advocating for you | Inspiring member stories

Work on rodenticides gathering pace

23 July 2020 - Landcare Tasmania's work to help reduce the impact of rodenticides on native wildlife is building strongly. We have recently made a submission to the regulators about future use of anticoagulant rodenticides, we are about to commence...

Dr Graeme Stevenson Tasmania's Senior Australian of the Year

Our favourite Landcare legend and 'poo-oligist' Dr Graeme Stevenson has been deservedly named Tasmania's Senior Australian of the Year 2020.