Nest box making and installation for the Phascogale Project - A win for the school, for youth engagement, for the environment and for the "Friends of" community !
River Detectives is a program that supports teachers and young people to explore water quality of a local waterway and understand the importance of waterways.
The Healthy Catchments Information Kit provides landholders with the tools to manage their own land improvement projects, ensuring long-term resilience, relevant knowledge and skills for successful project outcomes.
Farm Talk magazine, a bi-annual publication of land health and sustainable agriculture activities in the Corangamite region.
A website for community/not for profits with some useful information on managing projects.
A website for community/not for profits with some useful information on communications tools and techniques, including the instructions for digital meetings, developing simple communication plan, event registration forms and more.
A case study on the use of Google Drive to run digital (online) committee meetings
What if revitalising a Landcare or bushcare group was less about persuasion and more about reinvention ? Read on...
The Moorabool Landcare Network includes some difficult terrain infested with rabbits. In 2014, the MLN published a Rabbit Management Guide...
The Heytesbury Landcare Group is a predominantly dairying community, and the network has developed a number of fact sheets providing information and advice on Nutrient Management for Farmers...
At Christmas 2015 the Scotsburn bushfire affected a number of landholders in the Leigh Catchment Group (LCG) region. The Group has developed a number of resources to help property owners who were affected by the fire...
A Welcome Brochure in Far East Gippsland starts the engagement ball rolling...
For many farmers, their primary focus is the productivity of their land, and management decisions are aimed at improving productivity as farming is a business that aims to make a profit. However, amongst many Landcare members, there is an increasingly popular focus to view land more holistically, and with an environment health perspective.
What is a great visual and tangible way to connect to Landcare members, increase community awareness of environmental issues, and also celebrate local achievements? East Gippsland Landcare Network has an answer to this question...
Who do you turn to when you want to talk to someone in Landcare about organising action, collaborating and influencing decision makers? Read on...
A guide to landcare groups for the purpose of developing and nurturing strong, healthy and mutually-beneficial relationships with their local Federal and State Members of Parliament and with their local Ward Councillor(s).
Tips on increasing Landcare Memberships for your group
A Fact Sheet for the sustainable management of healthy equine properties
A Fact Sheet offering advice on the management of weeds on farms
A Fact Sheet describing the issues around running a small sheep enterprise
A Fact Sheet offering advice on the management of pasture on horse properties
A Fact Sheet examining the issues around managing a small beef herd
A Fact Sheet examining the issues around supplying water to livestock
A Fact Sheet examining the issues around the carrying capacity of pastures
A Fact Sheet offering advice on the basics of animal welfare
A Fact Sheet offering advice on managing soil on your property
A Fact Sheet describing the soils of the Mornington Peninsula
A Fact Sheet with useful considerations, resources and references for those starting out
A Fact Sheet describing the Agricultural landscapes of the Mornington Peninsula Shire
A set of useful resources to turn to as a starting point when staff employment issues or disputes arise
The Neerim & District Landcare Group found a very useful article on the subject of the legal issues facing owners of livestock. The article appeared in the 2008 issue of Small Farms, and makes for interesting reading.
The Neerim & District Landcare Group found a very useful website, maintained by Agriculture Victoria, covering many of the legalities of owning land in Victoria. Excellent reading for the landholder.
The Neerim & District Landcare Group found a wealth of practical information on a range of land management issues that landholders may confront after fire. This information can be found via a link to the Victorian Landcare Gateway.
A guide to the management of Cockchafers during dry seasons
A practical guide for Planning to undertake a Re-vegetation project
A practical guide for developing a Woodlot for Fuel and for Wildlife Habitat
A practical guide for converting Problem Wet Areas into Valuable Habitat
A practical guide for protecting and enhancing Native Remnant Vegetation
A practical guide for creating Practical Shelterbelts using Native plantings
A practical guide for managing and preventing Landslips and Erosion
A practical guide for enhancing your Farm Dam to create a "Bio-island"
The Landcare Share Centre is grassroots Landcare supporting grassroots Landcare
The Share Centre is a service provided by Landcare Victoria Incorporated (LVI)