On July 20 1989, the late former Prime Minister Bob Hawke delivered his speech to launch the national formation of the Landcare movement.
Sydneysiders are invited to help green our city and create local habitats on Sunday 28 July 2019.
Over the past year, Western Local Land Services and a number of its stakeholders have partnered to tackle the ongoing threat that introduced rabbits pose to the values of the Willandra Lakes Region World Heritage Area and at the same time, reduce the impact that rabbits have on primary production in the Western region.
Landcare Australia is inviting nominations for the 2019 State and Territory Landcare Awards which recognises individuals and groups across the nation for their outstanding contributions to land management practices and preservation of the unique Australian landscape.
The first of five planned high-flow environmental water releases during winter and spring to the Snowy River is set to commence in late June 2019, NSW Department of Industry Director Water Analytics, Danielle Baker, said.
Location matters for species struggling to survive under a changing climate.
WA Agriculture and Food Minister Alannah MacTiernan has welcomed the final environmental approval on the State Barrier Fence Esperance extension, which clears the way for work to begin by June 2019.
Rural landholders looking to improve biodiversity and productivity on their properties are invited to register for Lismore City Council’s next Rural Landholder Initiative field day at The Channon on Friday, 24 May 2019.
Local Councils and businesses across NSW can benefit from $2.6 million in grants available to introduce or grow food and garden waste collection services, the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) announced.
Greater energy efficiency gains in the built environment is the big opportunity hiding in plain sight to help Australia meet its emissions reduction targets and cut energy costs for households and businesses.