Tree Planting for Mental Health

13 Sept 2022 | On Saturday, Landcare Tasmania partnered with Lifeline, Hobart Arbor Co and Branch Out for a day of tree planting and mental health awareness at the Bridgewater foreshore.

Penguin Rehab and Release Volunteer Information

Do you have a passion for penguins? 12 Sept 2022 - Penguin Rehab and Release announces their annual Volunteer Intake coming up soon, kicking off with an Information Evening on Wednesday 19th October at the Cradle Coast Authority in Burnie....

Ripple Farm, Landscape Healing Hub

12 Sept 2022 | Landcare members Ripple Farm are taking new steps this spring with their Landscape Healing Hub.

Understorey Network Nursery - order now for 2023

09/09/2022 - Are you or your organisation planning to plant Tasmanian Native trees, shrubs, sedges or grasses during the 2023 planting season (autumn to end of winter)?

Platy-Project

01/09/2022 - Have you ever spotted a platypus in the wild? It’s a magical moment. The elusive creature is iconic in Australia, yet with numbers dwindling, spotting one is becoming an even rarer occurrence. Thankfully we have many Tasmanian Landcare...

Landcare at Agfest 2022

30/08/2022 - Last week at Agfest, Landcare Tasmania staff and volunteers spent Wednesday-Saturday sharing knowledge, chatting with the community, and checking out the awesome work going on across the state.

The Dirty Hands - August 2022

National Landcare Awards | Choosing Tree Guards | Soils Field Day | 1st, 25th and 60th anniversaries for Landcare Groups | Feral Cats and Deer + more 

Tassie Nominees Head to Sydney for National Landcare Awards

17th August 2021 | Next week, Landcare Tasmania and Tasmanian award nominees will be heading to Sydney for the National Landcare Conference and Awards. 

Celebrating 25 Years of Turners Beach Coastcare

12th August 2021 |  25 years ago, a group of 4 residents found themselves becoming increasingly concerned about the constant threats to the local natural environment, their impacts, and the lack of response by those with authority. 

The impact of feral cats - how can we help?

11th August 2022 |  Last month Landcare Tasmania, three experts, and concerned community members gathered in Dunalley to understand how feral cats are impacting our landscapes - and steps we can take to curb the damage.