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20 Million Trees Round One

The Australian Government will work with the community to plant 20 million trees by 2020, to re-establish green corridors and urban forests.

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National Landcare Programme volunteers at Lake Claremont

25th Anniversary Landcare Grants 2014-15

Australian communities will share in up to $5 million to help restore local environments and enhance the natural resource base.

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Clyde Hazel, farmer involved with Environmental Stewardship program to protect peppermint box woodland. On his property near Kapunda in the peppermint box area.

Continuing investment

The National Landcare Programme combines a number of previous natural resource management initiatives into one simple programme.

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Regional funding is now open and will close at 2.00pm (AEDT) on Thursday 4 December 2014.
The report will support and inform discussions to prioritise future funding and investment in the Great Barrier Reef catchment, particularly for reaching water quality targets.
The programme is funding a world-first project to reduce spray drift and fungicide use in cherry orchards by encouraging entomovectoring.
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About us

The Australian Government National Landcare Programme will invest $1 billion over the next four years to help drive sustainable agriculture as well as supporting the protection, conservation and rehabilitation of Australia’s natural environment.

The National Landcare Programme merges previous funding initiatives into one simple programme that puts Landcare back at the centre of natural resource management.

Across Australia, the National Landcare Programme will support sustainable land management practices to deliver long-term benefits to our communities, our environment, our economy and our country.

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