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2023/24 Landcare SA Awards nominations are now closed!

The 2023/2024 South Australia Landcare Awards are back for another year. These awards aim to recognise the outstanding contributions made by individuals, groups and organisations involved in Landcare.

We have TEN Landcare Award categories (listed below), recognising South Aussies who actively engage in climate action and work to create healthier, more resilient and productive landscapes and communities. From volunteers, Landcare groups and other environmental community groups, to farmers and landholders; from First Nations peoples to the next generation of Landcarers, the Landcare Awards program acknowledges the diverse range of individuals and organisations committed to addressing local environmental issues.

Nominations closed March 1st.

For those wishing to share the Landcare Awards with your networks, we have created a Communications Kit with graphics and content that you can personalise for your communications channels, you can download the assets here: https://landcareaustralia.org.au/landcare-awards-2023/landcare-awards-2023-communications-kit.

If you have any questions or need assistance with nominations, please contact Elly Pratt on 0477 017 325 or email execofficer@landcaresa.asn.au or contact Natalia on 0408 967 216 or email coordinator@landcaresa.asn.au.

What are the South Australian Landcare Award categories?

  • Australian Government Climate Innovation Award
  • Australian Government Sustainable Agriculture Landcare Award
  • Australian Government Individual Landcarer Award
  • Australian Government Community Partnerships Landcare Award
  • Green Adelaide Urban Landcare Award
  • Coastcare Award
  • First Nations Landcare Collaboration Award
  • Women in Landcare Award
  • NextGen Landcare Award
  • Woolworths Junior Landcare Award

Who can be nominated?

We encourage nominations from individuals, groups or organisations involved in protecting and improving their local environment. These include:

  • Volunteers for landcare and other environmental community groups
  • Sustainable farmers, farming systems groups and primary producer groups
  • Agricultural co-operatives, industry associations
  • Traditional Owners, First Nations organisations and Indigenous land and sea Rangers
  • Landcare networks, groups and co-ordinators
  • Landholders and/or land managers
  • Urban landcare groups including ‘Friends of’ and bushcare groups
  • Coastcare, Rivercare, Dunecare groups and individuals
  • Environmental community care groups
  • Natural resource management agencies
  • Local government
  • NGOs
  • Research agencies and academics
  • Junior Landcare (early learning centres, day care centres, primary and secondary schools, Scouts and Girls Guides)
  • Youth groups and individuals.