Glenelg Hopkins Landcare Program

Our purpose

Glenelg Hopkins CMA aims to support volunteers and landholders to undertake actions that improve the condition of our environment and the sustainability of farming, drawing on their local knowledge and expertise. By supporting Landcare in a strategic way - that includes the delivery of services and initiatives – it helps...

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Contact

Name:
Tony Lithgow
Role:
Regional Landcare Coordinator - Glenelg Hopkins CMA
Email:
Phone:
(03)5571 2526

Regions we're part of

Region 1
Glenelg Hopkins

Upcoming events

Statewide event 10 May 2018

South-east Australia Aboriginal Fire Forum

"Cultural Burning: Evolving with community and Country" 10-12 May 2018.

Group event 22 May 2018

Not just a shelter belt… Making more from trees on farms

Farms are complex environments with many differing soil types, water capacities and terrain.

Past events

Project activity Event ended 23 Apr 2018

Harrow - Glenelg River Community Forum

'Great ideas for the Glenelg River' will be front and centre at this community forum.

Group event Event ended 22 Apr 2018

Woodland Bird Monitoring - Autumn 2018 - Ararat Hills

Looking for something to do this weekend? Interested in bird watching? Join in with the Upper Hopkins Land Management Group...

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Group news and project updates

News, 19 Apr 2018,

Young Farmers Advisory Council - EOIs now open!

Highly motivated, skilled and dynamic young people in agriculture are currently being sought to join the council.

News, 19 Apr 2018,

UK farmers to be given first ever targets on soil health

New bill will be first step by ministers to protect and restore soil as fears grow over a future soil...

News, 19 Apr 2018,

National Centre for Farmer Health - April 2018 eNews

Find out all the latest from the National Centre for Farmer Health!.

News, 21 Mar 2018,

Have your say on soil

Soil and how soil promotes plant growth is complex.

News, 20 Mar 2018,

2018 Community and Volunteer Action Grants - applications close Tuesday, 3 April 2018

Grants between $5,000 and $50,000 will be provided to successful applicants to support communities in efforts to conserve their local...

News, 19 Mar 2018,

Leadership Development Grants Program - applications close 17 April 2018

The Victorian Government, through Our Catchments Our Communities is again running its Leadership Development Grants program.

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Our group is here

79 French Street, Hamilton, Victoria