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NSW Champions of Landcare announced!

Congratulations to David Marsh, Ross Webster and our very own Cross Property Planning project, who were all announced as winners at the NSW Landcare Awards, at the NSW Landcare and Local Land Services Conference in Albury.
 
The NSW Landcare Awards recognise groups and individuals who are involved in protecting or improving their local environment, farm, bushland, waterway or region. Winners in each category will now go on to represent NSW at the National Landcare Awards in 2018.
 
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Celebrating the Monaro Golden Daisy workshop - Cooma

23 Nov 2017 - 10:15am
To celebrate its long term commitment to Monaro grasslands, Friends of Grasslands (FOG) is holding a Showcase  and Workshop on 23 Nov 2017. 
 
 
The Showcase will be held at the Old Cooma Common Grassland Reserve, to see its population of Monaro Golden Daisy. If you haven’t been to the Common, it is a large reserve with spectacular landscape views showing the extensive Monaro grasslands and distant mountains.  
 
The Showcase will run from 10.15 am to 12.00 pm, at the Old Cooma Common Grassland Reserve.
 
Following this, a workshop will be held at Snowy Monaro Regional Council, 81 Commissioner Street Cooma, from 1.20 to 3.30 pm.

WWUL Christmas party and AGM - Wagga

26 Nov 2017 - 11:00am
Wagga Wagga Urban Landcare invite you to join us for our Christmas party and AGM.
 
Bring your family along, and help us celebrate another year of successful Landcaring!
 
We will have a brief meeting and AGM from 11.00 am, followed by a FREE BBQ. All welcome!
 

Inspiring & demystifying governance for Landcare groups - Young

30 Nov 2017 - 1:00pm

This workshop aims to inspire awareness of good governance among Landcarers, and demystify how to do it!

Lachlandcare has engaged one of the best presenters available on this topic, Mr Steven Bowman of Conscious Governance. Steven is a well-known and very well respected expert in not-for-profit governance and also renowned as an effective presenter on the topic.

When: Thurs 30th November 2017

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Monaro Soils and Geology tour - Cooma

5 Dec 2017 - 12:45pm

Are you interested in learning about the origins of the Monaro's agricultural soils and iconic landmarks? Join members of the NSW Soil Knowledge Network as they visit the region, and discover how these soils were formed, and the geological events that preceded them.

Tarcutta Valley Landcare Group Christmas party - Oberne

19 Dec 2017 - 5:00pm

Tarcutta Valley Landcare Group will this year be holding their Christmas party at “Nundi”, 1005 Wetbrook Road Oberne Creek.

Tarcutta Landcare will supply the meat. Please bring a salad or dessert.
 
Please RSVP to Maddy Gorham (mgorham@mli.org.au) before Friday 15th December.
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South East Local Leaders program - Applications open

24 Jan 2018 (All day)

Do you live in South East NSW? Are you interested in accessing some of the best leadership thinking and practice available, acquiring practical leadership tools and skills? Would you like to develop deep understanding and knowledge about leading change in your community? Are you looking for strong networks with like-minded people and an opportunity to work on a project that you are passionate about? Would you like to link your ideas with support and inspiration from others?

Apply now to be a part of this incredible program!

Paddock Tree project: Landholder expression of interest

This project aims to secure habitat connectivity through the protection and enhancement of paddock trees in the Kyeamba and Tarcutta Valleys.

We aim to provide support and education to landholders to help identify key sites for paddock tree protection or restoration. We will provide financial assistance to landholders to implement these works, including fencing and planting costs.

The project is being run through a partnership between Murrumbidgee Landcare Inc, Kyeamba Valley Landcare Group and Tarcutta Valley Landcare Group, with funding from the NSW Environmental Trust.

Community Landcare Pop-up Grants

MLiThe 2017/18 Community Landcare Pop-up Grants are now open! This program aims to support Landcare and community groups in the Riverina Local Land Services area to promote community-driven natural resource management. 

Preference will be given to projects that:

  • Promote membership and attract volunteers to Landcare/NRM community groups
  • Improve the capacity and skills of members of the Landcare/NRM community to manage the natural environment.

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