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28 September 2022

National Landcare Conference & Awards 2022

National Landcare Conference & Awards 2022

Landcarers from across the Northern Territory had a great time at the National Landcare Conference in Sydney from the 23rd-25th August. Hosted by Costa Georgiadis, this event brought together Landcarers from across the country doing great things for the environment and the community in their local areas.

02 June 2022

Commencement of Emily Raso as the Executive Officer of Landcare NT

The Landcare NT Management Committee is excited to announce the commencement of Emily Raso as the Executive Officer as Landcare NT. Emily grew-up on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria; however, has lived and work across the top of Australia (including the Kimberly, Cape York and in the Top End) since 2005.

18 October 2021

Sustainable Land Management Field Days on Central Australian Rangelands– An outback success story

Sustainable Land Management Field Days on Central Australian Rangelands– An outback success story

​Over 60 attendees participated in the Sustainable Land Management Field Days held at the Aileron Racecourse and on Aileron Station, 130 km north of Alice Springs, NT, on the 12th and 13th of October. Land resource managers including pastoralists, experts from both government and industry, land council representatives and miners united to learn about sustainable land management in the central Australian rangelands.

09 September 2021

Landcare NT Visits McMinns Lagoon Reserve

Landcare NT Visits McMinns Lagoon Reserve

​Earlier this year, the Landcare NT team, met with long-time Landcarer Brian McWilliams at McMinns Lagoon Recreational Reserve. Brian has long had a love for McMinns Reserve, starting with the purchase of a block of land nearby to call home in the 1970’s. Shortly following, he became a steward for the site and gathered many other volunteers to help.

22 June 2021

Landcare NT Tours the Top End – May 2021

Landcare NT Tours the Top End – May 2021

​As the peak body for community Landcare in the Northern Territory, an important part of the organisations role is to represent, strengthen, support and grow the Northern Territory’s community Landcare movement. Landcare NT recently spent four days visiting with member groups and project partners in the Greater Darwin area. Madonna Wuttke (Executive Officer) and Sheree Bowman (Support Officer) had the opportunity to learn more about the work groups are doing, their achievements and challenges.

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