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Kangaroo Island flora back from the brink thanks to the Landcare-led Bushfire Recovery Grants Program

A host of Kangaroo Island’s threatened native plants are on the road to recovery following the completion of the Nature Conservation Society of South Australia’s (NCS) Landcare Led Bushfire Recovery Grants funded project. The Community-Led Fire Recovery Initiative For Kangaroo…

Care for Landcare

$1M committed to LASA in the recent South Australian Government budget. This funding will be used to roll out the ‘Care for Landcare’ program, designed to build capacity and support for Landcarers and Landcare groups around the state. Over the next four years,…

General Jeffery Soil Health Award – 2022 Nominations Now Open

Nominations are now open for the 2022 General Jeffery Soil Health Award. This award: Recognises, honours and celebrates an individual’s outstanding contribution to improving soil health through activities including: Undertaking good management practice on the ground and/or; Extending and/or communicating…

Labor commit $1 million to support Landcare in SA

The Landcare Association of South Australia welcome the commitment made by the South Australian Labor Party on the 9th of November to support Landcare volunteer coordination in South Australia with $1 million if elected. This funding will be used to…

Landcare welcomes $14 million for post-Black Summer bushfire recovery grants

Federal Environment Minister Sussan Ley today announced a landmark $14 million for Landcare-led bushfire recovery projects in Queensland, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Victoria and South Australia. The funding will support landcare bushfire recovery projects in seven government…

Gallagher Landcare Electric Fencing Grants – Applications Close Friday 9 April

Gallagher is continuing its commitment to support projects aligned with the priority areas of conservation fencing and grazing management. Applications are open for the 2021 Gallagher Landcare Electric Fencing Grants (unfortunately Landcare groups in the NT and ACT regions are not…