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.

2022 National Tree Day with Bridgewater Foreshore Landcare

31/07/2022 | ONE YEAR ON - Bridgewater Landcare Group was born last National Tree Day, and have been caring for a little patch of foreshore ever since.

Capturing the Deer Problem Using Tassie Deer Spotter

Tasmania’s fallow deer population is expanding, and is beginning to threaten the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage (TWWHA) area. By 2050, Tasmania's deer population could exceed one million.

Celebrating over 60 years of Landcare work in Kingborough

3rd Aug 2022 |  Kingborough has a rich history of community Landcare. Cr Flora Fox has reflected on her time as part of the Kingborough Landcare Advisory Group and as councillor, taking us through the history of this beautiful landscape....

Position Available: Executive Assistant

03/08/2022 - Landcare Tasmania is hiring an Executive Assistant for our Hobart office. Applications close 9am on Wednesday 17th August

The Dirty Hands - July 2022

Community Group Doubles Conservation Area | Spanish Heath Now in Bloom | Reveg Training from your Lounge | Upcoming Field Days | + more  

Ode to Trees - Our Top 10 Reasons for Adoring Trees

"Trees are sanctuaries. Whoever knows how to speak to them, whoever knowshow to listen to them, can learn the truth. They do not preach learning andprecepts, they preach, undeterred by particulars, the ancient law of life." -Hermann Hesse 1946

Which Tree Guards Should You Use?

21st July 2022 | With a variety of tree guards available, you might be wondering which ones are the best for you and the environment.

How to Keep Spanish Heath at Bay This Winter

20th July 2022 | As Winter is in full swing, Spanish Heath is beginning to flower. Now is a good time to be mindful of the weed and learn about how we can help stop it from spreading further.

"We come from a rag-tag bunch" - Big Win for Community Landcare Group

20th July 2022 | Community Landcare Group Doubles Conservation Area After years of dedication to the restoration of Seymour Swamp, the Seymour Community Action Group Inc. (lovingly known as SCAGI) would like to announce that their project area has now...