14 October 2019
Six Landcare Groups will share in funding to undertake works on their local waterways as part of the East Gippsland Regional Riparian Action Plan (RRAP) grants administered by the East Gippsland Catchment...
Sunset Cove is good for your soul
20 May 2019
Sunset Cove in Paynesville is perfectly positioned to capture picture postcard views. Locals and visitors alike can connect with nature along a 1.5km walking track which hugs the coastline, thanks...
6 May 2019
Raymond Island is well known as a relaxing holiday destination with the promise of easy koala spotting and a leisurely lifestyle. Working to improve the bush outlook that visitors travel hundreds of...
29 April 2019
Wetlands are more than just swamps, they serve an important ecological function and are important places for Traditional Owners. That was the takeaway at the recent Wonders of the Wetlands tour, led...
Landcare gets technical
25 February 2019
Landcare groups across the region have been polishing up on their technical skills in recent weeks, undertaking computer software training provided by the East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority...
Landcare Group Handbook
4 February 2019
[caption id="attachment_528" align="aligncenter" width="525"] (L-R) Rena Gaborov, Carolyn Cameron, Shelley McLean, Penny Gray, Emma Orgill and May Leatch at the East Gippsland Regional Landcare Group Handbook.[/caption] A...
Gabo gets a friendly hand
7 January 2019
[caption id="attachment_523" align="aligncenter" width="720"] Carolyn Cameron from the EGCMA with Martyn Hiley and Max Elliott from the Friends of Mallacoota[/caption] Gabo Island might be a remote parcel...
Regional Landcare Report Card
2 January 2019
More Funding For Our Landcare Groups
24 July 2018
Landcare Groups across East Gippsland will share in $146,000 of funding for community projects as part of the latest round of Victorian Landcare Grants. The funding, distributed through the East Gippsland...
Landcare loves lending a hand
25 June 2018
[embed]https://youtu.be/POQ0wJsloi0[/embed] Another great example of our communities getting stuff done!