Increasing Biodiversity and Promoting Sustainable Land Management

Supporting and facilitating
on-ground action
across South Gippsland

Sharing Knowledge

with our members
and the community

Delivering Projects

across South Gippsland


with our groups
and stakeholders

Our Projects


Lets Talk About Weeds …

Weeds are always a hot topic over the spring and summer months. Don’t forget to explore the wealth of valuable resources available on our website, offering answers to all your

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Greening Gippsland’s Dams

In this new project, SGLN is looking at the costs and benefits of three different dam management strategies on a farm at Cape Liptrap. This includes a fully fenced and

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Farmers Digging Deeper

This project is supporting 315 farmers across the region to increase their knowledge of soil health and to better understand the links between soil health, farm productivity and profitability. The

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Our News



SGLN staff and board are diving back into work this month with a board meeting on 6 February and a staff action planning day on the 14th. 
We have a lot of exciting projects on the agenda for 2024. They include presenting our Biodiversity Protection Plan (BPP) to key agency stakeholders this month for discussion at a workshop in March.

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The SGLN Network

The South Gippsland Landcare Network stretches from Mt Best to Mt Lyall, and along the Prom Coast.  It is made up of several local groups working to preserve and protect the natural environment, while also enhancing the long-term sustainability of farming in this part of Victoria.

We’re proud to work across both Bunurong and Gunaikurnai country, and recognise the rich history embedded in this land we now share

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