Landcare Awards

Held since Landcare’s inception, the Landcare Awards acknowledge and celebrate local Landcare achievements at state and territory and national levels, all across Australia. Nine diverse categories showcase the achievements and history of Landcare and Coastcare, and above all recognise the invaluable contribution of tireless volunteers to both initiatives.

This year, the 2017 State & Territory Landcare Awards will be taking place, with nominations invited from Landcarers across the country from late April.  Awards events will take place in each state and territory later this year, with winners from the nine national categories going on as finalists in the 2018 National Landcare Awards.

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There are nine national categories, which are open to each state and territory – aside from ACT, where the Coastcare category isn’t available. Some states and territories also have their own additional categories.

Australian Government Individual Landcarer Award

About the Category

This award will be made to an individual volunteer who has demonstrated leadership in, and commitment to improving land management practices through practical on-ground or community awareness actions.

Guide to Address Selection Criteria:

  1. Demonstrate the extent to which the individual has implemented Landcare activities and has helped others to implement Landcare activities in their area.
  2. Describe the extent to which the individual’s actions have encouraged others to be involved in Landcare activities (e.g. by speaking about Landcare to schools, media, landholders, groups, councils etc.).
  3. Explain the extent to which the individual assisted in training and helping others in the development of skills for the Landcare activities undertaken.
  4. Provide examples of the extent to which the individual has gone beyond usual practice and has become a champion for Landcare, and set new standards through their achievements with Landcare projects or in a primary role in the planning and organisation associated with Landcare projects.
  5. Describe any challenges the individual has faced in the development and implementation of Landcare projects and the strategies they used to overcome these challenges.

 

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Australian Government Partnerships for Landcare Award

About the Category

This award will be made to a partnership of individuals, groups, or organisations that have demonstrated leadership and achievement in Landcare related activities because of the partnership. Nominations are open to partnerships that could include National Resource Management regional organisations, research organisations, local government, and Landcare and farmer groups.

Guide to Address Selection Criteria:

  1. Illustrate the extent to which the groups of individuals or organisations have developed strong partnerships for Landcare groups/networks to ensure community engagement and involvement in achieving outstanding natural resource management outcomes. You will need to include a copy of, or excerpt from your authority’s engagement and communication strategy.
  2. Describe the extent to which the actions of the partnership of individuals, groups, or organisations have engaged with Landcare or community groups in innovative ways to support or address its priorities.
  3. Demonstrate how the partnership of individuals, groups, or organisations used a multi-disciplinary approach in planning and partnership development. The authority should show how they have incorporated environmental/production, community/social and financial strategies for achieving outstanding natural resource management outcomes.
  4. How has the partnership of individuals, groups, or organisations linked Landcare initiatives with other groups or programs including other agencies, businesses, organisations, neighbours, schools and community groups? Provide copies or excerpts from plans and/or list cooperative projects.
  5. Applicants must include two letters from Landcare groups/networks that acknowledge how the organisation or authority has partnered with the group/network to improve capacity and increase participation in on-ground work
  6. Describe any challenges the organisation or authority has faced in the development and implementation of this Landcare partnership and the strategies used to address these challenges.

 

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Australian Government Excellence in Sustainable Farm Practices Award

About the Category

This award will be made to an individual, group or organisation that has demonstrated excellence and leadership in implementing integrated land management practices to a farm property or properties that protect soils, water and vegetation.

Guide to Address Selection Criteria:

  1. Explain the extent to which the individual, group or organisation has demonstrated excellence and leadership in implementing integrated land management practices to a farm property or properties that protect soils, water and vegetation. The following are examples of activities that could be used to demonstrate success in this area. This is not an exclusive list.
    1. 1. Activities that improve any of the following: soil condition, water quality, native vegetation and weed and pest management. Integrated projects will also be considered, e.g. increasing the growth of native grasses to reduce soil erosion, the loss of soil nutrients and improved productivity. For aquaculture, activities could include those targeting improvements in water quality and environmental health.
    2. Other activities could be used to demonstrate success: a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions; increased biodiversity; increased ground cover, particularly during periodic seasonal feed gaps and reduced soil erosion; or improved management and handling of stock to provide both animal welfare and improved natural resource management outcomes.
  2. Give examples of the extent to which the individual, group or organisation has gone beyond usual practice and demonstrated leadership and encouraged involvement of others in sustainable and integrated land management practices.
  3. Describe any challenges that were encountered by the individual, group or organisation in the development and implementation of sustainable and integrated land management practices, and the strategies used to address these challenges.

 

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Australian Government Innovation in Agriculture Land Management Award

About the Category

This award will be made to a primary producer or enterprise for leadership in the discovery and/or application of an innovative farm and/or land management practice that delivers improved natural resource management and farm productivity outcomes. Nominations are open to research groups, agricultural co-operatives, industry associations, suppliers or a primary producer.

Guide to Address Selection Criteria:

  1. Illustrate the extent to which the primary producer or enterprise has gone beyond usual practice and set a new standard by demonstrating leadership in the discovery and/or application of an innovative farm and/or land management practice that delivers improved productivity and commercial outcomes while improving natural resource management.
  2. Describe the extent to which the actions of the primary producer or enterprise have led to improved productivity outcomes on commercial scale operations. This can be demonstrated through any of the suggested methods outlined below:
    1. Use of techniques not previously applied in the geographic area or to this type of primary production,
    2. Application of practices on a commercial scale that were previously only undertaken on a research scale, or
    3. Development of techniques that have significantly improved productivity outcomes while improving natural resource management outcomes.
  3. Give examples of the extent to which the primary producer or enterprise has demonstrated leadership and encouraged involvement of others in sustainable/innovative farming and/or land management practices that improved natural resource management and farm productivity outcomes.
  4. Describe any challenges that were encountered by the primary producer or enterprise in the discovery and/or application of an innovative farm and/or land management practice, and the strategies used to address these challenges.

 

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SureGro Coastcare Award

About the Category

This award will be made to a community group/network for excellence in activities that have contributed to the significant improvement of local coastal and/or marine environments, including estuaries, coastal and marine wetlands and salt marsh ecosystems.

Guide to Address Selection Criteria:

  1. Describe the projects undertaken by the group/network that have increased community awareness and engagement with coastal environmental issues linked to local and/or regional environmental/ natural resource management plans.
  2. How has the group/network’s activities improved the sustainable use and/or management of coastal natural resources? Provide examples of results.
  3. Demonstrate how the group/network’s activities have targeted the causes and symptoms of local coastal environmental issues.
  4. How has the group/network developed local and/or regional partnerships for Coastcare activity? For example with local councils, businesses, school, other community groups, academic institutions etc.
  5. What challenges did the group/network encounter in the development and implementation of coastal protection activities and the strategies used to address these challenges?

 

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Fairfax Landcare Community Group Award

About the Category

This award will be made to an outstanding community group that is working towards sustainable land use and/or is undertaking on-ground action to protect, enhance or restore an area on behalf of the community.

Guide to Address Selection Criteria:

  1. Demonstrate how the group has developed a cutting-edge approach or process to achieve outstanding environmental outcomes.
  2. Show how the group has used comprehensive plans, as a basis for their group’s activities. Include a copy of these plans and demonstrate the physical, strategic management or other attributes of the group. Plans may include property and/or group and/or catchment plans.
  3. Provide examples of how the group has repaired degraded land/environments, prevented degradation and/or has achieved some on-farm and/or community benefit from its on-ground activities.
  4. Show how the group has sought advice, worked with and involved the wider community, other Landcare/community groups, government, business and schools, in the development and implementation of its plans.
  5. Demonstrate how the group has shared and communicated its ideas, plans, skills, and results (e.g., through field days or education campaigns), to encourage others (i.e. not involved in the group) to participate in Landcare practices and projects.
  6. Describe any challenges the group has faced in the development and implementation of cutting-edge Landcare practices or projects, and the strategies used to address these challenges.

 

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Junior Landcare Team Award

About the Category

This award will be made to a youth organisation or young Landcare team that contributes to raising awareness, knowledge and understanding of Landcare amongst young people up to the age of 18, and implements Landcare practices on its own property or within the local community. For this award, youth organisations include primary schools, secondary schools and youth groups such as scouts.

Guide to Address Selection Criteria:

  1. How has the organisation’s activities led to an improved understanding among their team members and/or the community about environmental/natural resource management issues and further developed skills to better manage the challenges associated with these issues?
  2. Provide examples of projects that the team has implemented that have inspired their school, group or community to extend their learning and skills-development classes into practical on-ground activity.
  3. How has the team helped others, such as other young groups and/or the wider community learn about Landcare and environmental issues?
  4. Describe how the team has developed its educational resources and formed partnerships to increase the capacity of young landcarers to learn about and address environmental/natural resource management issues
  5. Describe any challenges the team has faced in the development and implementation of Landcare projects and the strategies used to address these challenges.

 

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Rio Tinto Indigenous Land Management Award

About the Category

This award will be made to an outstanding indigenous community group or individual that is working towards improving land use and/or enhancing or protecting an area on behalf of the community.

Guide to Address Selection Criteria:

  1. Describe how the group or individual looks after country including land and/or sea. What sort of work has been undertaken?
  2. How has the group or individual used indigenous ecological knowledge and traditional or other land management practices in their work?
  3. What kind of impact has the group or individual had in the community by looking after country? For example, has the work created jobs for Indigenous people in the community, have young people learned new skills or had traditional ecological knowledge passed on to them?
  4. Demonstrate how the group or individual has worked with others on the project. For example with community elders and others within the community, or any other groups or external organisations.
  5. How has the group or individual shared Indigenous land management practices and techniques with the wider community?
  6. What challenges has the group or individual experienced in working on country and how has the group or individual responded to these challenges?

 

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Austcover Young Landcare Leader Award

About the Category

This award will be made to an individual between the ages of 15 -35 years who carries out and/or promotes excellence in Landcare through on-ground or awareness raising activities, as a volunteer or paid employee. You may nominate yourself or a person from your community for this award.

Guide to Address Selection Criteria:

  1. Provide examples of cutting-edge and/or excellent Landcare practices that the individual has implemented in their local area, and/or how they have helped others implement these practices.
  2. Demonstrate how the individual has displayed leadership, and encouraged others in promoting or implementing activities that improve natural resource management outcomes; (e.g. by speaking to schools, media, landholders, groups, councils etc).
  3. How has the individual trained and helped others in developing their Landcare practices and skills?
  4. Describe how the individual has been a champion for Landcare, through their achievements in environmental sustainability projects or their role in planning and organising Landcare- associated initiatives.
  5. Provide examples of the ways the individual has communicated environmental/natural resource management issues or raised awareness about Landcare to a wider audience (including the use of media, social media, events, speeches or presentations, posters, letters etc).
  6. Describe any challenges the individual has faced in the development and implementation of cutting-edge and/or excellent Landcare projects, and the strategies used to address these challenges.

 

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Victorian Awards Categories

Landcare Network Award - $500

About the Category:

This award will be made to an outstanding Landcare network that has fostered sustainable land use through the adoption of improved land management practices and/or has undertaken on-ground works to protect, enhance or restore a significant area on behalf of the community.

Selection Criteria:

  1. Provide a summary the network’s plan (no more than five pages) that demonstrates how the network has developed and used comprehensive planning as a basis for its physical, strategic, and management activities.
  2. Demonstrate how the network has protected, enhanced, or restored environments on a significant scale. Please provide a map showing the location and scale of the works undertaken.
  3. Demonstrate how the network has formed partnerships and collaborated with other groups, agencies, government, business and the wider community to plan and deliver projects.
  4. Demonstrate how the network has engaged the wider community and other stakeholder groups to encourage participation in the network’s projects or implement Landcare activities e.g. field days, community forums, producing educational materials, etc.
  5. What challenges did the network overcome in the development and implementation of its projects and plans, and what strategies were used to address these challenges?

 

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Dr. Sidney Plowman Travel and Study Award - $4,000

About the Category:

The Dr. Sidney Plowman Travel and Study Award will be made to a staff member of either:

  • Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning (DELWP).
  • Department of Economic Development, Jobs Transport and Resources (DEDJTR).
  • A Victorian Catchment Management Authority.

Selection Criteria:

The Dr. Sidney Plowman Travel and Study Award will be awarded to a staff member who has:

  1. Outline their field of expertise and experience in land management.
  2. Demonstrate how their role and methodology has influenced and improved land management practices.
  3. Demonstrate how they have contributed to practice change among farmers that has led to long-term protection and/or improvement of natural resources, and which has had significant benefits for farmers and/or the community.
  4. Describe any challenges faced to bring about change in land management practices among farmers and the strategies used to overcome these challenges.
  5. Provide an outline of the proposed travel or study to use the Award, which must include:
    • Purpose or intent of travel/study.
    • Proposed destination and/or course.
    • Itemised costing forecast and itinerary.
    • Describe the impact the Award will have on their professional development.
    • Describe the planned methods for knowledge dissemination to the farming community and broader Landcare community after completion of your travel/study.

Conditions of the Award:

  • The prize must be used during the financial year in which it is awarded (2017/18).
  • A report on the use of the Award must be submitted within three months of the completion of the travel/study.
  • Using the template provided, the report must be a minimum of 2,000 words and must detail the following elements:
    • What was the purpose of the travel/study?
    • If travel, why was this geographical area selected? Provide details of location(s) where the travel occurred.
    • If study, why was this topic selected? Provide details of location(s) where the study occurred.
    • When was the travel/study undertaken?
    • Who were the main people consulted and engaged with during the travel/study?
    • How has or will the area of travel/study lead to long-term/permanent protection or improvement of natural resources?
  • Provide a detailed financial report (with copies of receipts).
  • Provide a minimum of four high resolution images (with photo consent and captions).
  • Please note the report (or extracts of) may be used by the Department, and/or Landcare Australia, to promote the State/Territory Landcare Awards, in printed and electronic formats.

 

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VFF/Landcare Victoria Inc. Heather Mitchell Memorial Fellowship - $4,000

About the Category:

The Heather Mitchell Memorial Fellowship is open to community Landcarers and Landcare support staff, such as Landcare facilitators, coordinators and, project officers working for Victorian Landcare groups or networks. The Fellowship is not open to State Government employees.

Selection Criteria:

The VFF/FTLA Heather Mitchell Memorial Fellowship Award will be awarded to an individual who has:

  1. Demonstrated involvement and effective contribution to Victorian community Landcare at a group or network level.
  2. Provide examples of the instrumental role played in planning, development and delivery of Landcare projects and outline the environmental and social impacts of these projects.
  3. Describe any challenges overcome in the development and implementation of Landcare projects and the strategies used to address these challenges.
  4. Provide an outline of the proposed use of the Fellowship, which must include:
    • Purpose or intent of the study/travel.
    • Itemised costing forecast.
    • Itinerary/course schedule.
    • Describe the impact the Fellowship will have on the individual’s professional development.
    • Describe the planned methods for knowledge dissemination to the Landcare community after completion of the Fellowship.
  5. How will the benefits derived from the Fellowship contribute to the future of Landcare?

Conditions of the Fellowship:

  • The Fellowship is for travel, study or another form of professional development.
  • The Fellowship must be used during the financial year in which it is awarded (2017/18).
  • A report must be submitted within three months of the completion of the Fellowship.
  • Using the template provided, the report must be a minimum of 2,000 words and must cover the following elements:
    • What was the purpose of the study/travel?
    • If travel, why was this geographical area selected? Provide details of location(s) where the travel occurred.
    • If study, why was this topic selected? Provide details of location(s) where the study occurred.
    • When was the study/travel undertaken?
    • Who were the main people consulted and engaged with during the study/travel?
    • What were the main learnings from the study/travel?
    • How has or will the area of study/travel lead to long-term/permanent protection or improvement of natural resources?
    • Provide a detailed financial report (with copies of receipts).
    • Provide a minimum of four high resolution images (with photo consent and captions).
  • Please note the report (or extracts of) may be used by the Department, and/or Landcare Australia, to promote the State/Territory Landcare Awards, in printed and electronic formats.
  • The Fellowship is not to be used for the purchase of capital equipment.

 

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Joan Kirner Landcare Award - $500

About the Category:

The Joan Kirner Landcare Award will be made to an individual who has championed the Landcare movement in Victoria, has contributed significantly to Landcare for at least 10 years, and has demonstrated commitment to forging partnerships and effectively engaging the community in Landcare.

Selection Criteria:

  1. Demonstrated ability to establish successful partnerships across the community.
  2. Displays an outstanding commitment to local communities and encourages community participation in Landcare.
  3. Champions and advocates for Landcare in the broader community.
  4. Shows a remarkable commitment to caring for the land.
  5. Inspires and encourages others to take on-ground Landcare action (either on their own property or through a group).

 

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Urban Landcare Award - $500

About the Category:

This award will be made to a group, network or individual who has delivered projects or initiatives that have inspired and involved an urban population in Landcare. Projects may include on-ground works and/or community education campaigns, but must have achieved demonstrable natural resource management and environmental outcomes in an urban area.

Selection Criteria:

  1. Demonstrate how greater awareness and understanding of natural resource management and environmental issues amongst an urban community was generated. Provide examples of media, events and numbers of people reached through these activities.
  2. Generated significant partnerships, supported and increased an urban community’s involvement in projects that have enhanced, restored or protected natural resources in an urban environment. Demonstrate how this was achieved and what partnerships were developed.
  3. Generated improved long-term natural resource management and environmental outcomes for an urban area as a result of the projects undertaken. Provide examples, such as before and after photographs, media clippings, testimonials, etc.
  4. Describe any challenges overcome in the planning, development and implementation of urban Landcare projects, as well as the strategies used to address these challenges.

 

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ACT Awards Categories

The ACT Government Environment Community Support Award - $500

About the Category:

ACT Government employee or community coordinator who has demonstrated outstanding support for Landcare or ParkCare groups or activities.

This award will be made out to a Community Coordinator working with Landcare/ParkCare groups. This award is designed to recognise the efforts of Community Coordinators in the ACT supporting community activities.

Guide to address Selection Criteria:

  1. Recruited and encouraged others to be involved in Landcare, e.g. by speaking about Landcare to schools, media, landholders, groups etc or having a volunteer recruitment system.
  2. Demonstrated leadership and encouragement of Landcare/Park Care groups to develop and deliver initiatives in their community.
  3. Demonstrated personal commitment to Landcare initiatives, either by supporting, implementing or developing Landcare projects.
  4. Provide examples of either personal or community Landcare projects (or both) preferably with evidence such as photographs, media clippings, posters etc.

Award recipient also receives a trophy.

 

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The ACT Government Citizen Science Award - $500

About the Category:

A new award which recognises excellence in citizen science which supports Landcare, by an individual or a group.

This award will be made to a group or an individual that can demonstrate excellence in citizen science in the natural/biophysical sciences in the ACT and broader region with application to Landcare.

Guide to address Selection Criteria:

  1. Describe the citizen science program or project undertaken by the group or individual.
  2. Describe the level of citizen/community/volunteer involvement in the development and delivery of the citizen science program or project. Describe the degree to which the program or project results are reliable, accurate and useful and inspire confidence in end users.
  3. Describe the extent to which the results from the citizen science has been communicated to and adopted by potential end users, such as Landcare groups, farmers, or natural resource managers
  4. Describe the challenges that the group or individual has overcome in developing and implementing the citizen science project or program.

Award recipient also receives a trophy.

 

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New South Wales Awards Category

NSW Fish Habitat Award

About the Sponsor:

Without healthy fish habitats such as estuarine vegetation, freshwater aquatic plants, instream snags, intact and vegetated river banks and varied river beds, and without clean, adequate water and fish access to habitats used at all life stages, there will be less fish.

The NSW Fish Habitat Partnership is an alliance of 13 stakeholder groups united in their support for improved fish habitat outcomes in NSW. Many people across NSW have been working tirelessly to improve all aspects of fish habitat to ensure the environmental, social and economic benefits are sustained and improved into the future. The NSW Fish Habitat Award is to recognise and thank an outstanding group, organisation or individual for their efforts and highlight their achievements across a broad range of stakeholders. The Award will consider both those that implement exceptional on-ground works and/or those whose efforts to promote and enable others to contribute are achieving significant outcomes for fish habitat in NSW.

About the Category:

Without healthy fish habitats such as estuarine vegetation, freshwater aquatic plants, instream snags, intact and vegetated river banks and varied river beds, and without clean, adequate water and fish access to habitats used at all life stages, there will be less fish.

Nominees can be organisations, groups or individuals that have achieved significant outcomes for the betterment of fish habitat in NSW and must have:

  • Demonstrated leadership in, and commitment to, sustained or significant on-ground rehabilitation actions to improve the state of fish habitat in NSW; and/or
  • Actively facilitated and promoted industry or community participation that has resulted in increased support, resourcing and/or understanding of the importance of fish habitat in NSW.

 

Guide to address Selection Criteria:

  1. Background; Please provide a brief introduction/overview of the nominated individual, group or organisation.
  1. Challenge; What environmental or social challenges did you or your organisation face? Please ensure you address the key problems these challenges posed for fish habitat.
  • Describe the specific fish habitat challenges and issues the nominee faced.
  • Demonstrate how the nominee’s activities have targeted the causes and symptoms of local fish habitat issues.
  • Describe any challenges they had in the development and implementation of their project and the strategies they used to overcome these challenges.

 

  1. Innovation; How did you or your organisation tackle these environmental or social fish habitat challenges? Please discuss the various aspects of the implemented solution.
  • Demonstrate the extent to which the nominee has developed a cutting-edge approach to achieve outstanding on-ground fish habitat outcomes; and/or,
  • Describe the extent to which the actions of the nominee have engaged with others and increased community awareness in innovative ways to support or address its priorities.
  • Provide examples of the extent to which the nominee has gone beyond usual practice and has become a champion for fish habitat, and set new standards through their achievements.

 

  1. Impact; How effective has the nominee been in addressing the initial environmental or social fish habitat challenges and who or what will benefit from their actions? Please highlight how effectively the implemented solution addressed the key problems faced.
  • Demonstrate the extent to which the nominee has developed a cutting-edge approach to achieve outstanding on-ground fish habitat outcomes; and/or,
  • Describe the extent to which the actions of the nominee have engaged with others and increased community awareness in innovative ways to support or address its priorities.
  • Provide examples of the extent to which the nominee has gone beyond usual practice and has become a champion for fish habitat, and set new standards through their achievements.

 

  1. Commitment; What steps have been undertaken to ensure on-going maintenance of achievements or a continued solution to the initial challenges? Please outline the ongoing initiatives or plans in place to ensure these results are maintained/improved.
  • Describe any identified requirements for maintenance or on-going community involvement.
  • Provide details of any on-going agreements and/or funding sources to maintain or increase on-ground works and/or community involvement.
  • Provide examples where this has or is occurring now.

 

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2017 State & Territory Landcare Awards

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