The 2019 State & Territory Landcare Awards – Nominations OpenFind out More
Landcare ACT will be celebrating 30 years of Landcare at the Open Day for the new Holder Wetland.
Come along to this free community event and enjoy a free BBQ, a wetland walk and talk, frog call demo’s and waterwatch activities for the kids!
ACT Rural Landholders – do you need accreditation or re-accreditation in AQF3 Chemical Accreditation? The ACT Government is supporting ACT landholders to undertake SMARTtrain farm chemical user training leading to AQF3 Chemical Accreditation. The training will be held on Friday 3 May (full day) and Saturday 4 May (morning only) 2019. The training covers the […]Find out More
Greening Australia’s Canberra nursery is looking great with thousands of young plants of all shapes, sizes and colours thriving under a full sun and regular watering. Lots of the pots require some thinning however to ensure that they continue to grow vigorously in time for planting season. Thinning is a fun and social activity, and […]Find out More
The National Farmers Federation biennial National Congress returns this year under the theme Diversify. An exciting lineup of global speakers will share their insights on how diverse thinking can shape the farm sector’s future in a range of areas, including: our people; our farms; and our global markets. Visit the Congress website for full program detailsFind out More
Erosion is a problem that many farmers face on their farms, this workshop is about empowering farmers and land managers to find solutions to erosion in your landscape. Participants will have the opportunity to learn techniques for managing erosion including practical low cost methods utilising materials from on site and tips for revegetating. Be prepared […]Find out More
With Spring just around the corner, now is the perfect time to learn about calf marking, weaning and care of cattle in general.Find out More
Themed walks in Black Mountain Nature Reserve. Natural environment themes. Diversity and ecology of plants, mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, and fire ecology.
ACT Minister for Environment and Heritage.
Globally, agriculture is the greatest threat to biodiversity and a major contributor to anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions. How we choose to deal with rising human food demand will to a large degree determine the state of biodiversity and the wider environment in the 21st century. This talk focuses on two contrasting supply-side approaches to this […]Find out More
Learn to develop and promote your messages more clearly, present those messages successfully through the media, win over greater community support, open up financial pockets to support conservation, develop the skills of members and recruit new members who might share in the running of their organisation.Find out More