Dung Beetles


Listen to Cassie talking to ABC Gippsland about Dung Beetles in South Gippsland.

ABC Gippsland Breakfast with Mim Cook

(Broadcast 18/08/19)


Healthy Soils Sustainable Farms

This project is supported by the West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority, through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare program. Go to the project page

Demonstrating Sustainable Farming Practices

This project is supported by the Westernport Catchment Landcare Network, through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare program. Go to the project page

Corner Inlet Connections (CIC)

What is Corner Inlet Connections? Corner Inlet Connections is a partnership between government agencies, landowners and the community. The partnership is committed to maintaining and improving the environmental, agricultural and economic sustainability of the inlet and its surrounds.

The Corner Inlet Connections Partner Group consists of representatives from the following organisations who meet twice per year to share knowledge, identify opportunities for collaboration, gather intelligence for innovation, and reduce duplication of effort and resources in the protection and enhancement of Corner Inlet and its catchment: • West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority • Parks Victoria • Department of Environment and Primary Industries • South Gippsland Water • South Gippsland Shire • Wellington Shire • GippsDairy • HVP • South Gippsland Landcare Network • Yarram Yarram Landcare Network • Environmental Protection Agency • Gippsland Coastal Board • Corner Inlet Fisheries Habitat Association • Melbourne University

This project is supported through funding from the Australian Government’s National National Landcare program and West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority.  Go to the project page

Innovative Solutions to Controlling Agricultural Weeds

This project is is supported by funding from the Australian Government  Go to the project page

Our Landholders do some great work!


Landcare Grant and Training EOI form and the SGLN small grant (50 trees) project.

Our EOI form is available for landholders to fill in an application for training or funding.  When funding and training opportunities arise we will contact you. Filling in an EOI form is an expression of interest only and does not guarantee funding support.

SGLN welcomes new landholder members (and existing SGLN members with a small project idea) with the opportunity to plant 50 trees. The trees will be ordered for you an available in autumn 2018 after the autumn break. This project is supported through funding from the West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority. Contact us on 5662 5759 with any questions. 

Contact Us

Address: 2 Bellingham St, Leongatha.
Office hours vary so appointments are essential.

Contact Glenn
(m) 0428 427004
(e) glenn@sgln.net.au

Contact Cassie
(m) 0448 739 559
(e) cassie@sgln.net.au.