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Communities caring for the environment

Atlas of Living Australia
Atlas of Living Australia (Aggregated by) Communities caring for the environment (Managed by)
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Greater Sydney has the largest number of community volunteer groups of any region in Australia, with around 1000 Landcare, Bushcare, Aboriginal and specific function groups actively involved in NRM. This project aims to engage and support the community, including the Aboriginal community through capacity building activities such as workshops, field days, forums and training, and on-ground activities that improve natural environments and deliver sustainable agricultural outcomes. Partnerships with Aboriginal stakeholder groups will include protecting the environment of significant cultural heritage sites and places, and promoting their value within the Aboriginal and broader communities. Partnerships and collaborative engagement will allow for knowledge sharing and efficient delivery of project activities. The Regional Landcare Facilitator will work strategically with the community building capacity, hosting regional events, and providing access to devolved grants that will encourage participation while aligning with priorities of the NLP Program.

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