Tasmanian Landcare Fund (TLF)

In 2003 Landcare Tasmania was approached by a retired farmer, Mr John Roberts, who wanted to make a bequest that would make a difference. His vision has been realised through support of the Tasmanian Landcare Fund (a tax-deductible gift fund). This fund provides grants to the community Landcare movement.

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Since 2004, over $500,000 of donations to the fund have been used to support important on-ground work on farms, in schools and with community groups across the State.

Funding is only available to our members. Anyone can donate!

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Click the map below to view ALL past successful projects funded by the TLF since 2004.

Your Contribution Will Help Fund The Next Round

Round 20

Weed Management
Amount granted: $28,880

Recipients: 7
Weed removal and riparian rehabilitation at Sedgy Creek, Franklin, King Island,...

Round 19

Educational Projects
Amount granted: $80,477

Recipients: 14
school farms, natural springs
rehabilitation, thistle control,
Mt. Roland and Cradle Mountain

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Round 18

Water, Soil, Plants, Animals
Amount Granted: $50,473
Recipients: 10
improving water quality, re-
vegetation, river recovery,
island follow up control

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Round 17

Water, Soil, Plants, Animals
Amount granted $50,675
Recipients: 9
Fencing, removal of gorse,
willow, blackberry, improved
marsupial habitat.

Round 16

2013 Bushfire Recovery
Amount granted $17,441 
Recipients: 1
Start up funding for 
Weed Aid, in response 
to bushfires.