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Welcome to Neerim District Landcare

Neerim District Landcare has a simple purpose – to encourage a sustainable, integrated approach to agriculture and environmental management in our region.

As a community owned and driven group, Neerim District Landcare encourages thoughtful management of environmental assets with productive farmland.

Our members share common objectives to resolve local environmental issues, in collaboration with private property owners – for example, weeds and pests affecting agricultural productivity or waterway improvement projects.

We set our own agenda, initiating local projects at sites chosen in discussion with landholders and are only able to achieve what we do through the inspiring contributions of passionate locals who share our commitment to sustainable agriculture and the environment.

If you would like to join the group, please go to the Membership link.

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410, 2022

Latrobe Catchment Landcare Network eNews October 2022

The link below will take you to the monthly eNews from Latrobe Catchment Landcare Network. It is full of information about what is happening across the catchment including up coming events. Of particular interest might be the availability of funding for a Shade and Shelterbelt project in 2023 You can also catch up with earlier news articles from this link https://mailchi.mp/a7939f19a1c3/enews_october_2022

1609, 2022

Western Port Catchment Landcare Network September eNews

The link below will take you to the monthly eNews from Western Port Catchment Landcare Network. It is full of information about what is happening across the catchment including up coming events. You can also catch up with earlier news articles from this link https://mailchi.mp/18a564c433c5/wpcln-enews-for-september

609, 2022

Webinar – A Farmer Perspective – making sense of carbon and emissions

The following webinar, part of the Agriculture Victoria climate series, on 15th September may be of interest to you. 6 September 2022 A farmer perspective - making sense of carbon and emissions Cam Nicholson and Fiona Conroy have a long interest in improving, measuring and understanding the benefits from managing the natural resources on their farm. The main focus has been on soil, water, vegetation and fauna.  Actions include extensive tree planting, fencing off water storages, reticulation into troughs, soil [...]

209, 2022

Latrobe Catchment Landcare Network eNews September 2022

The link below will take you to the monthly eNews from Latrobe Catchment Landcare Network. It is full of information about what is happening across the catchment including up coming events. You can also catch up with earlier news articles from this link https://mailchi.mp/7cbf5913fa2f/enews_august-7308247

3108, 2022

More Productive and Biodiverse Farms Forum

This forum in October in Melbourne may be of interest to you: More Productive and Biodiverse Farms Forum On behalf of the Australian National University Sustainable Farms team and the Deakin University Blue Carbon Lab, you are invited to an upcoming event at Downtown Deakin, Melbourne. More Productive and Biodiverse Farms is a half day forum to share the vision for restoration on farms in Australia's temperate woodlands. We will share ground-breaking research on the opportunities to improve biodiversity conservation [...]

2408, 2022

Western Port Catchment Landcare Network August eNews

The link below will take you to the monthly eNews from Western Port Catchment Landcare Network. It is full of information about what is happening across the catchment including up coming events. You can also catch up with earlier news articles from this link https://mailchi.mp/330a65aa198a/wpcln-enews-for-august