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LANDCARE RESOURCES

These items are available for download or loan, at NO COST, to Landcare members, groups and Networks for community environmental activities, events and projects. Items are stored in the upper, mid and lower regions of the catchment for easy access by groups.

Contact the Murrumbidgee Landcare office or your Regional Landcare Facilitator for more information.

Purchase of some of these items was made possible with support from the NSW Government's Landcare Support Program.

Report from the 2016 National Landcare Conference

The 2016 National Landcare Conference was held in Melbourne on  21 – 23 September 2016. Regional Landcare Facilitator Kimberley Beattie attending on behalf...

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Kimberley Beattie attending the 2016 National Landcare Conference

National Tree Day Report - Humula, Wagga and Tarcutta

Three fantastic Landcare events were held in the Mid-Murrumbidgee region over two days in July for National Tree Day, hosted by Tarcutta, Humula and Wagga...

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National Tree Day Report - Humula, Wagga and Tarcutta

'Slow the Flow' in the Kyeamba Creek

On Thursday 16 June 2016 Kyeamba Valley Landcare Group held a field day with Cam Wilson from Earth Integral, as part of their ongoing 'Slow the Flow'...
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'Slow the Flow' in the Kyeamba Creek case study

Case Study - Basics of Beekeeping at Tarcutta

On 6 July 2016 Tarcutta Valley Landcare Group hosted a workshop to provide participants with information on the life of the honey bee and their importance...

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Case Study - Basics of Beekeeping at Tarcutta

RDA Guide to Successful Grant Writing

Regional Development Australia Central West have developed and released a Guide to Successful Grant Writing.

Copies can be...

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Rob Napier Learning Series: Towards a Successful Family Farm Future

After visiting 60 countries over 50 years studying the world’s leading farmers, Australian farmer and business consultant Rob Napier has joined Farm...

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Engaging the Next Generation of Landcarers

In a bid to make it easier for Landcare groups to attract young people, Landcare Australia has released a new ‘how-to’ kit designed to provide practical...

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Jewels in the Landscape: Managing very high conservation value ground-layers in Box-Gum Grassy Woodlands

This guide aims to help managers recognise, understand and manage Box‑Gum Grassy Woodlands that contain particularly high conservation value ground-layers...

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Jewels in the Landscape

Biodiversity and farming: finding ways to co-exist

Biodiversity and farming go head to head in two R&D projects. The struggles to both feed the swelling ranks of humanity and save our continent’s natural...

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Change your thinking, consider a native shelter belt

We know that farmers care about their businesses and the livestock they manage. They care about the land on which they farm, both for its current income and...

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Basalt to Bay Landcare Network

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