Case Studies

Manning Landcare

Whole Farm Planning including Habitat Restoration

Makeover of Browns Creek, Taree

Community driven, Landcare facilitated bush regeneration.

Birdwatching & BBQ'ing

Landcare Group mixes work & pleasure

Biological Crofton Weed Release In The Manning

Making a Difference

Farm Gate Tour

Showcasing diverse enterprises in the lower Manning Valley.

Enticing, Engaging, Growing Killabakh & Lower Cedar Party Landcare Group

Expanding our membership

Reclaiming Alfred Road Reserve - Killabakh

Killabakh & Lower Cedar Party Farm Gate Tour

Open farm day exploring worms, permaculture, heavy horses, honey, bees, books and morning tea

Land for Wildlife

A stepping stone in land conservation

Revitalising Browns Creek

Connecting community,local businesses, Landcare & employment providers for social and environmental outcomes.

Post Drought & Fire Mental Health First Aid

Trauma Release Exercises - bringing coping skills to a community ravaged by drought & fire.

Poisonous Weeds on the Farm

Managing Animal Health in Drought Conditions

Weedwise - A Dynamic Resource

Engaging & educating our community

Biological Controls - New Tools for Landholders

Invasive Grass Hammered by Fungus

Manning Coastcare

Harrington Rainforest Walk Interpretation

A brochure and more ....

Walk in the Rainforest, Old Bar

Engaging the community at Old Bar in the protection of littoral rainforest

QR codes on Harrington Rainforest Walk

New technology has been used to make walking track information more accessible

Coastal bush regeneration workshops

Growing the Coastcare network through bush regeneration workshops

Improving collaboration with Council

Manning Coastcare is working to improve communication and collaboration with MidCoast Council for better outcomes for all

Mid Coast 2 Tops Landcare

Karuah & Great Lakes Landcare

Manning-Great Lakes Sheep and Goat Group

Bringing landholders together to build sustainable small ruminant production skills

Recreating Wootton’s Forest

Rapid restoration of forest ecology

Coming together for soil health

Landholders working together to protect and enhance our foundational agricultural resource

Regional Wild Dog Control Program

Raising awareness and assisting landholder and agency cooperation to improve control outcomes

The Great Lakes Food Trail

Connecting local ethical producers with the community

Nabiac Community Garden

Community building with food gardening in Nabiac

Group recharge at Smiths Lake

Reviving membership and on-ground action

Nabiac Landcare Group

Bringing biodiversity back in the village of Nabiac

Bulahdelah and Great Lakes Keyline Project

Sharing tools, knowledge and skills for soil regeneration

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