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Green Army Round 3 Teams for the ACT

Minister Greg Hunt, the Federal Environment Minister announced the successful applicants for Round 3 of the Green Army Programme on 24 June in Canberra.

One of the recipients was Landcare ACT who has received approval for a two-year project, which uses Green Army teams to supplement the work of committed local volunteers. This is the first project of the newly formed peak body for community landcare in the ACT - Landcare ACT.

1st 'Park Care & Share' workshop - Cooleman Ridge, Native plant ID

5 Feb 2014

Cooleman Ridge workshop
Native vegetation ID in an area of exclusion fencing

Where: Meet at Kathner Street entry, Chapman

What to bring:

  • Native plant identification books or manuals
  • Sturdy shoes and hat

Tea and snacks will be provided

To register please contact Martine Franco
phone: (02) 62966400
mob: 0447 223 396
email: info@sactcg.org.au

2011 ACT LANDCARE AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCED!

Dr Chris Bourke MLA, Member for Ginninderra, today presented Landcare awards to the ACT community celebrating our local environment.

The Landcare Awards showcase and recognise the efforts of members of the community involved in natural resource management. 

"The ACT Landcare Awards and ACT Landcare Week provide recognition for the exceptional work carried out by the many hundreds of Landcare workers and volunteers in the Territory," Dr Bourke said.

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Donate yourself to Landcare - Landcare Week 5th - 11th of September

2 Sep 2011

Landcare Week activities over September – ACT and region

The following is a list of Landcare Week activities in the ACT in September 2011. Where information is available – contact details for each group has been provided. In some cases it has not been possible to provide these details. Typically with most Landcare activities you should wear a hat and warm, sturdy clothes and shoes and bring water and a snack. Equipment is provided if it is a working bee. 

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Natural Sequence - Field Day, Point Hut Crossing

22 Jun 2011


Barney's Gully

Erosion control in a sensitive environment.

  • Observing your land for challenges and opportunities
  • Discussion of potential remedies to observed challenges
  • Low risk/low cost/low maintenance techniques to reduce erosion, rehydrate flood plains, improve water quality, fertility and biodiversity

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