Have you, like us, ever considered how important the land actually is to us? How vital its proper management and continuing health are to our well being and economy?
Do you have rabbits restroying your property and your garden? Check out our new brochure for some handy tips on planning a rabbait control program at your place. Rabbit control is achieved efficiently and effectively through a combination of control measures, not just one. Work together with your neighbours to control rabbits in your street today!!
This set of Guides are designed to help Landcare members and support staff plan for local Landcare groups, Landcare Networks and for specific projects. It describes what needs to be in each plan and how to run the planning process.
A clear plan makes it easier to explain your goals to others, work out who is best placed to help you and recruit the people and other resources you need to achieve what you want to achieve.
Plans provide a starting point for measuring progress and learning from action.
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The Bass Coast Landcare Network Public Fund has been entered on the Register of Environmental Organisations and now has tax-deductible gift recipient status.
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On Sunday 5th August the Bass Valley Landcare community gathered together at the property of Ian and Joan James to participate in a community revegetation day. Located at the top of the Tozer Creek/ Tenant Creek system the property is one of many situated in the high priority catchment of Candowie Reservoir and
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In a partnership spanning 14 years,
It is with much excitement and a great deal of pride, that we announce the latest funding for the Bass Coast Landcare Network. The Network has received a $1.43 million grant from the federal governments Biodiversity fund through the Clean Energy Future Program. Click on the title above to read more.