A quarter century of Landcare celebrated at Ulverstone Library

From Central Coast Council Newsletter 08 Aug 2019 25 years of Landcare in Tasmania A QUARTER century of Landcare is being celebrated across Tasmania, including at the Ulverstone Library.  

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.

The Dirty Hands - July 2019

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Landcare Tasmania - 25th Anniversary on Ultra106 FM

Featured on 29 July 2019, Landcare Tasmania's CEO Rod Knight discussing Landcare's past and future. Listen Here: https://www.ultra106five.com/on-a-mission-landcare/

Gwendolyn Adams Tas Country 07 July 2019

Featured in Tasmanian Country on 19 July 2019, long-time Landcarer Gwendolyn Adams shares her story. Part of Landcare Tasmania's 25th Anniversary celebrations this year.

28 July set for big Kingborough tree planting day

Our joint National Tree Day planting with Kingborough Council is coming up on Sunday 28 July. A great example of the partnership between Council and Landcare Tas, with great assistance from Guides, Scouts and Lions. From the Kingborough Chronicle.

Fantastic Landline story on Graeme Stevenson, soil, poo, and other niceties

ABC Landline ran a fantastic story on Landcare legend Graeme Stevenson. For those who missed it read on.

Fun celebration of Landcare at Lilydale

A cold and wet Sunday didn't stop Landcarers from celebrating their Landcare history at Lilydale on Sunday 30 June.

25 years of Landcare Celebrated in Clarence

Landcare groups from Clarence and nearby areas gathered at Rosny Barn on Thursday 11 July. as part of celebrations marking the 25th anniversary of Landcare Tasmania.

National Tree Day Planting with KCC a huge success

National Tree day in Kingborough was a huge success! 200+ people came on Sunday to expand the habitat of one of the world's rarest birds - the Forty-spotted Pardalote.