FAR SOUTH COAST LANDCARE SMART FARMS GROUP welcomes you to a public forum on connecting regenerative farmers to future markets and conscientious consumers, through verification and on-farm processing. Thursday 24 November 2022 1pm – 5pm (please be there a bit before 1pm so we can start on time) Click this link to register .
The Far South Coast Landcare Association (FSCLA) is a volunteer organisation that first formed in the late 1990’s. We welcome new members and would be keen to hear your ideas on how we can work together to make a difference in your patch… The Far South Coast Landcare Association (FSCLA) is a volunteer organisation that […]
The FSCLA is an ‘umbrella organisation’ supporting small Landcare groups and individuals wanting to improve the way in which land and water resources are managed on the Far South Coast. We offer support in the form of financial grants, technical advice, insurance, tree planting, best practice guidelines, networking and more.As a group we have a […]
As a diverse group of over 250 members the Farmers’ Network aims to find efficient and creative ways for landholders to learn and implement sustainable farming practices. Becoming a member of the Farmers’ Network will enable you to receive our Newsletter and invitations to upcoming events. The Far South Coast Landcare Association has been successful in securing […]
Dear FSCLA Members, We would like to warmly invite you to join us on Friday the 21st of October at 5pm for a gathering at the old bega hospital (our new Landcare office – 3 Cockhill place Bega) – Please RSVP for catering to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 17th Oct. The plan for the night […]
Pasture legumes play a crucial role in a healthy and sustainable pasture, but only if they are well nodulated, and if the nodules are functioning properly. This workshop will explain the ins and outs of how and why root nodules do their magic. There are 2 locations: • Moruya Wednesday 5th October 2022 9.30am – 2.00pm […]
The latest edition of Far South Coast Landcare News is out now! Click the link below to read more about what Local groups are up to, upcoming events and funding opportunities: Far South Coast Landcare Newsletter – August ’22 (mailchi.mp) If you don’t already receive our quarterly newsletter but would like to, click here and […]
South East Local Land Services is seeking expressions of interest from land managers wanting to improve natural landscapes on their properties. Funding is currently available to support land managers across the Far South Coast to restore waterways and riverbanks, protect and enhance saltmarsh, increase koala habitat, undertake general revegetation, enhance high value native vegetation or […]