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.
Support & Co-Ordinate Landholders’ in Broadscale Feral Pig Control Programs
Delivered as part of the 2018-2019 Pest Animals and Weed Management Funding Program
Funded By NSW Local Lands Services... more details
This project is a five year partnership contract with the Northern Tablelands Local Land Services to work together to collectively be responsible for delivering projects that contribute to the outcomes of the National Landcare Program - Phase 2, Regional Land Partnerships Program. The funding ena... more details
This project is about bringing socially isolated women together in safe environments to learn new skills and foster hidden talents which will build friendships and social connections through these shared experiences. The aim of this project is to build confidence and help empower women but ... more details
This project funds the delivery of 0.5 Equlivant Full Time employment of a Local Landcare Coordinator for the Tenterfield District. The Coordinator provides support and delivers programs to build capacity and connections within local communities and to produce on-ground change.... more details
Granite Borders Landcare Committee has received $55,000 for 'Weeds Of National Significance Control for Koreelah & Acacia Creeks - Restoring Riparian Reach'. The project will assit landholders to control blackberry and lantana along a 55km reach of the creeks which are situated at the headwat... more details
This Group has received funding from the FRRR Program -Small Grants for Rural Communities. This project has assisted in the establishment of the Drake Permaculture Group and monthly workshops to complete a permaculture tutorial and hands on task. For more on the Group and it activities go to Tent... more details
This funding is provided to promote planting of native vegetation and enable 'small' landholders within the Northern Tablelands region to implement revegetation works.... more details
Granite Borders Landcare Committee has received $7,350 for the purchase of 23 remote sensor cameras for the Gomburra and Karara / Gore Wild Dog Control Groups. This funding follows on from a number of planning meetings and training days in these areas. The supply of these cameras will give landho... more details