Increasing Biodiversity and Promoting Sustainable Land Management
Supporting and facilitating
across South Gippsland
Hooded Plover Protection Project
SGLN together with Bass Coast Landcare, Birdlife Australia, Friends of Hooded Plovers and Tarwin Landcare Group are protecting Hooded Plovers
Expansion of Tarwin Landcare’s Community Deer Control Group (CDCG)
Tarwin Landcare’s Community Deer Control Group (CDCG) has expanded to include landholders in Tarwin Lower, Fish Creek and even Yanakie.
Protection & Restoration of the Coastal Foreshore at Anderson Inlet (Tarwin Landcare Group)
Protection & Restoration of the Coastal Foreshore at Anderson Inlet Funded by: Coastcare Victoria Community Grants Program Partners: Coastcare, South Gippsland Water, Bunurong Aboriginal Land Council, Western Port Seagrass Alliance Timeframe: 2021 –
Multispecies pastures and soil biology New fact sheets available
SGLN’s Enhancing Soil Biology project has closed after running for the last four years. We have created five new fact sheets to help farmers learn more about these topics. We also created ten
Woody Weed Control adjacent to the South Gippsland Hwy
South Gippsland Landcare Network (SGLN) has received $50,000 to improve the habitat and condition of high biodiversity value woodlands adjacent to the South Gippsland Hwy.
Enhancing Soil Biology Project
Working with farmers to explore the amazing world of soil biology.
Interviews and presentations from the Gippsland Deer Forum.
In March 2023 South Gippsland Landcare Network hosted the Gippsland Deer Forum in partnership with the Victorian Deer Control Community Network, South Gippsland Shire Council and Dept Energy Environment &
SGLN Update May, 2023
We have lots of exciting news this month. Jane, our new facilitator has started work, we have engaged Yasmin Kelsall to take our Biodiversity Protection Plan to the next stage,
2023 VICTORIAN LANDCARE GRANTS & JUNIOR LANDCARE AND BIODIVERSITY GRANTS OPEN!
Applications for the 2023 Victorian Landcare Grants and Victorian Junior Landcare and Biodiversity Grants, funded by the Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action, are now open!
SGLN UPDATE APRIL 1, 2023
Catch up on the latest in Landcare news in our April update.
GIPPSLAND COMMUNITY DEER FORUM MEDIA RELEASE
Feral deer cannot be eradicated from Gippsland but can be managed via a coordinated approach involving all land managers and recreational and professional hunters.
ADDING AGROFORESTRY TO A GRAZING PROPERTY – SGLN FIELD DAY
Come and hear how and why they established the plantations, and what is required to manage the trees.
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