If you are interested in the ACT’s woodlands, the ACT Government is seeking your feedback on a new Draft ACT Native Woodland Conservation Strategy. The draft ACT Native Woodland Conservation Strategy will guide the protection, restoration and management of our woodlands for the next 10 years.
Landcare ACT is delighted to announce Dr Maxine Cooper as its new Chair. Dr Cooper takes over the reins from Dr Peter Bridgewater. Dr Cooper has extensive experience as ACT Auditor-General, and previously as the Commissioner for Sustainability and Environment, Chair and Executive Director ACT Water Security Taskforce and as …
Landcare ACT made a submission to the Standing Committee on Environment and Transport and City Services inquiry into the value of the natural environment to an urbanising Canberra.
Landcare ACT will be appearing before the inquiry on Wednesday 27 March from 4.10pm to 4.50 pm.
Landcare ACT (LACT) is the Territory’s peak non-government organisation for landcare, the stewardship of the land by the people. LACT is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee and represents the ACT on the National Landcare Network (NLN)
The 2017 LACT workshop for Territory farmers, rural land-holders, land managers and community members considered land use at the urban-rural interface. Based on workshop findings, this position statement has been prepared by the LACT Board.
On 2 June, Mick Gentleman MLA announced that the ACT Government’s 2018-19 Budget will provide funding of $352,000 over one year to support the three Landcare catchment groups to continue to undertake catchment management in the ACT.