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2017 State Community Landcare Conference

The 2017 State Community Landcare Conference will be held from 11 to 13 September 2017, at Clare. The Conference will include the 2017 State Landcare Award presentations. More information Register Now 2017 State and Territory Landcare Awards

Winners of the 2017 Landcare SA Primary Schools Art Awards

The Landcare Association of SA is very pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 Landcare Primary Schools Art Awards: Years Reception – 2:   1st Prize of a $50 book voucher goes to Poppy of Heathfield Primary School Years 3 –…

Landcare goes to WOMADelaide 2017

The Landcare Association of SA (LASA) and eight of its member groups took Landcare to WOMADelaide from 10 to 13 March 2017, through the inaugural Landcare SA stall.

LASA meets DEWNR Chief Executive

The Chairman of the Landcare Association of SA (LASA) Mr Gerry Butler and Executive Officer Mr Glenn Gale met with DEWNR CE Ms Sandy Pitcher, Mr John Schutz and Ms Gill Peacey today (29th April 2016) to reinforce the partnership…

Indigenous Land Management

The Aboriginal Lands Trust (ALT) of South Australia has been highly active in the landcare movement since it began. The ALT was a founding member of the Landcare Association of SA and remains an active and valued member of the…

Lower Eyre Agricultural Development Association (LEADA)

Landcare Association of SA member group LEADA is committed to providing support and attracting activity to lower EP that builds the productivity and viability of our farming systems, driven by local issues and the search for solutions that suit local…

Central Hills Landcare Network Habitat Restoration – Green Army Project

The Landcare Association of SA formed the Central Hills Landcare Network to deliver a habitat restoration project through a series of three Green Army projects teams.

The Head of Bight

One of the most spectacular whale watching sites in South Australia (or indeed, the world) is the HEAD OF BIGHT, near the Nullarbor Plain in the State’s Far West coast.

Become a Member of LASA

We need more member groups and individuals to make LASA grow and keep invigorating Landcare in SA.

YACCA

YACCA is an environmental youth group that teaches young people about the protection of the environment. It connects youth with community groups and encourages the development of projects that protect and maintain environmental welfare.

State Community Landcare Plan

The South Australian Community Landcare Plan 2014-2019 proposes a shared vision for Community Landcare and is a call to action for the wider community.

Central Hills Landcare Network Green Army Stage 2 Newsletter 5

From January to April 2016, our team has worked on a diverse range of sites, all requiring quite varied services. These have ranged from weed control to erosion management and planting. Some jobs have proven more straight-forward than others, but…