The Far South Coast Landcare Association (FSCLA) is a community Landcare peak body with a commitment to improving the local environment and the resilience, health and well-being of the local community. The FSCLA supports over 25 Landcare groups within the Bega and Towamba Valleys and co-ordinates a range of regional environmental and sustainable agriculture […]
FSCLA manages a large and diverse native seedbank, employing a part-time coordinator to collect, process, store and dispatch local native plant seed. Our predominant customers are wholesale nursery growers wanting to produce tube stock for local re-vegetation projects. Funding for the seedbank comes from a range of bodies including South East Local Land Services, Bega Valley […]
‘Farming Systems’ an exclusive lecture with Dr Charles Massy and Damon Gameau. WATCH HERE This is an hour long conversation with some amazing minds that are on the front line of promoting regenerative agriculture. The video has a positive spin, focusing on solutions in a similar vein to the movie 2040 (produced by Damon Gameau). […]
POSTPONED UNTIL A SUITABLE TIME Join Far South Coast Landcare in an evening with Kerri-Lee Harris, great food and an opportunity to reconnect. RSVP to Jean or Chris by 26th March for catering – email@example.com or 64947856 $10 at the door to help with catering costs. See in invite below for more details.
The FSCLA is pleased to invite you to our Annual General Meeting for 2020. Due to Covid we have restricted our face-to-face numbers at the AGM to Staff and FSCLA Committee. The AGM will start at 1pm, please email Jean at Mail@fscla.org.au for a zoom link by Wednesday 2nd or call on 0437520884 if you wish to […]
A Weekend of Conversation, Celebration and Caring for Country – Moodji Farm, Bermagui on November the 9th and 10th, 2019.
Pambula Hall Friday 8th November, 5-9pm The evening will include: • Interactive Tour of Panboola Wetlands and Pambula Community Garden: 5pm – free • Local food vendors, serving from 6-7pm • Welcome to Country with Nathan Lygon, 7pm • Costa & Friends Panel Discussion at Pambula Town Hall: 7-9pm, $15pp, children free • ABC’s Sophie […]
This is an opportunity for residents of Tathra and others to explore how the landscape has responded a year after the fires of 2018. The walk will be led by botanist Jackie Miles, with Andrew Morrison from Bega Valley Shire Council, Dan Morgan from Local Land Services and special guest Oliver Costello, Director of the Firesticks […]
The workshops will deliver information and hands on learning that will include: the role of legumes in pasture systems, influence of soil pH and other soil characteristics on nodulation, how to improve nodulation and nitrogen fixation and more……
Some of the exotic plants that exist and persist in and around Tathra are serious environmental weeds. The presence of these highly mobile, transforming weeds in gardens and reserves are serious threats to local and regional biodiversity. By understanding the significance and value of informed vegetation management and good planting choices on your own patch, […]