Here are some links to resources that we think are valuable for those working in natural areas. If you have developed some resources that you think will be useful, let us know and we will link to them here, on our homepage and/or in our newsletter to members and supporters.
Engaging 20 somethings in Landcare – learn how to understand and engage Gen Y in your ‘care group
Greater Sydney Local Land Services – They help land managers and local communities maintain healthy landscapes. Their website has many resources for landcare groups including…
Bushcare Boosters – A program that aims to assist bushcare coordinators to help volunteers value and understand their Bushcare work as part of the big picture of biodiversity restoration across Australia.
Starting a Landcare Group – A guide that lays out what land your group can work on, an introduction to group admin and how to access tools, training and support.
If Not then What – Some well researched and innovative ideas. A free Les Robinson publication on how to revitalize your Landcare or Bushcare group
In safe hands tool kit – make sure your volunteers are always safe! This Toolkit provides resources for community groups to ensure their ‘duty of care’ is met.
Landcare Australia Social Media Toolkit – Get the most out of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Includes information on how to engage followers, create content, and interact with other social media users.
Landcare in your school – produced in 2012 this guide provides case, studies, lesson plans and other useful information for starting a Landcare group or activity in your high school.
Landcare toolbox – Landcare NSW has produced a number of resources, funded by the State Government Landcare Support Program, including Governance Checklists, Factsheets,