Granite Borders Landcare have been successful in generating interest, understanding and involvement in natural resource management through the implementation of projects across the Tenterfield and Stanthorpe districts. Past projects include revegetation, pest animal management, weed management, strategic grazing, dung beetle trials, fertiliser trials, pasture management, soil health, riparian restoration, property planning as well as community education and engagement activities.
Community involvement in developing projects is fundamental to the success of GBLC and the staff and committee encourage members of the community to contact the Landcare office with suggestions for future projects.
Below is a list of current projects.
This project provides foundational support to enable Granite Borders Landcare to deliver activities that continue to develop a skilled & capable landcare community. This project works in partnership with Northern Tablelands Local Land Services to support farmers & land managers to id... more details
This project will establish organised & enthusiastic sub catchment Groups, actively engaged in protective management and building resilience for their riparian zones where river and stream health and function will be improved. The project will also increase public awareness and build co... more details
The project will host a series of ‘farming women workshops’ to deliver unique quality training to address issues such as coping wi... more details
This project is a two day educational program to build landholde... more details
The project focuses on restoring the habitat and biodiversity values of a two hectare site within the large Sunnyside Stock Reserve (near Tenterfield), an important north-south wildlife corridor.The two main issues to address are eliminating the introduced African Lovegrass (Eragrostis c... more details