A workshop “Climate change adaptation – what does it mean for Landcarers?” was undertaken by Landcare ACT (LACT) in May 2017 with a grant from the Australian Government’s National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF). The following is a report on the workshop
The ACT Catchment Groups are coordinating an Aboriginal Green Army team, running from 16 March for 23 weeks. This team will have up to nine young people aged 17-24, working on important natural and cultural sites the ACT Region.
Landcare ACT, the ACT’s peak body for land stewardship groups, today announced appointment of a new Chair, Professor Peter Bridgewater.
Landcare ACT’s members (the Molonglo, Ginninderra and Southern ACT Catchment groups, ACT Rural Landholders’ Association and the Buru Ngunawal Aboriginal Corporation) have certainly been busy, as you might all aware, working to support you in your tireless and dedicated work.
Landcare ACT is a not-for-profit, non-government peak body providing strategic support and a unified community landcare voice for the three catchment groups and the groups they support, rural landholders and the Aboriginal community of the ACT and surrounding region. There are over 1500 ACT landcarers in 60 landcare groups.
Landcare ACT, the ACT’s peak body for land stewardship groups, today released its seven point agenda for strengthening the resilience of the ACT’s urban and rural landscapes.