Round 22


TLF Round 22 - Supporting practical Landcare projects

Round 22 of the TLF was on the theme of supporting practical Landcare projects that improve the management of Tasmania’s water, soil, plants and animals.

Nineteen projects with a total value of $49,360 were funded under the round.  Read more for details.

Total TLF projects funded since 2003 - 134

Total value of TLF projects since 2003 - $574,015

TLF Round 22 - Projects funded

  • Ben Grubb - Homebush Gorse Eradication & Jinglers Creek Riparian Weed Control
  • Circular Head Landcare Group - Vital Ricegrass Follow-up
  • Deloraine Landcare Group - Drive Paddock tree belt renovation
  • Friends of Bass Strait Islands, Wildcare Inc.  - Roydon Island – on the home straight
  • Friends of Falmouth Foreshore - Boxthorn Removal Falmouth Foreshore Headland – Four Mile Creek Conservation Area
  • Friends of Huon Island - Little Penguin, Short-tailed Shearwater and Swift Parrot habitat planting and site restoration
  • Friends of Maatsuyker Island, Wildcare Inc. - Towards eradication of invasive weeds from WHA Maatsuyker Island.
  • Friends of Reid Street Reserve - Restoring the steep south slope – Reid Street Reserve
  • Friends of The Leven - Leven River riparian plantings & weed control
  • Gary Luck - Extending covenanted forest
  • Jason Whitehead - A fusion of Landcare, science & caring for country - Indigenous students and science in the Cockatoo Hills cultural landscape
  • Jim and Jo Lyall - Stabilisation of banks on Tributary of Little Supply River
  • King Island NRM - Currie Project - Currie Wharf Bush Restoration
  • Nick Eyles - Priority Gorse Management and Native Vegetation Restoration on Hillcrest Farm
  • Opossum Bay & South Arm Coast Care - Opossum Bay Boxthorn Removal
  • Snug Land and Coastcare Snug Bay - Saltmarsh Rehabilitation
  • Tamar Island Wetlands CARes Volunteer Group - Tamar Island Weed Maintenance Project
  • Ulverstone Coastcare Group - Buttons Beach Dune Restoration – Stage 1
  • West Tamar Landcare Group - Riparian Bush Regeneration at Paper Beach/ Swan Point – Tamar Estuary

For more details, view each project on our map:

Map of Grant Recipients