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Get access to educational resources from the National Landcare Conference 2021

How would you like to access Australia’s best and most recent landcare resources?

More than 60 landcare experts from across the country presented insightful and informative content at the 2021 National Landcare Conference, and their videos and presentations are now available online, including the conference posters.

You can use these Education Resources for training and development, and capacity building in your community. There is a diversity of content suitable for people interested in sustainable land management and conservation activities on their farm or land, in an urban environment, along the coast or in their backyard. Watch the videos and be inspired by what you can do in your community.

Here are some quick steps to get started.

Accessing the information – 2021 National Landcare Conference “Topic” on

  1. First, make sure you have a FREE account on
  2. You can then set up your profile or come back to it
  3. Next, navigate to “Topics” and select “All Topics”. You will see a list of all the Topic areas (Communities of Practice) on Landcarer.Topics button location displayed main menu
  4. Scroll down until you see “2021 National Landcare Conference”. Then click the “Join” button. This is where all the education resources are.
  5. Once your request to join is processed, you’ll be approved to be part of that Topic and will be able to access all of the valuable Conference resources, such as:
  • posters of landcare projects
  • PowerPoints from speakers’ sessions
  • recordings of speakers’ sessions from all four streams
  • recordings of the plenary sessions
  • contact the stream speakers directly through their Landcarer profiles

Remember, all of the speakers and people engaged in the conference are there in that Topic. So, if you have a specific question, or would like to connect directly, posting in that Topic is a great way to do it!

Get interacting, and make the most out of this year’s conference!

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