Landcare Australia and Link Group, a global business specialising in fund administration and securities registration, partnered in 2017 to offer a grants program to fund a project aimed at increasing biodiversity through bush regeneration and improving water quality.

The program, completed in 2018, successfully supported on-ground outcomes and the capacity of the Landcare community by contributing to the management of Pages Creek Wetland in Sydney’s Lane Cove National Park, a waterway of conservation significance. Through bushland regeneration, the program contributed to restoring the health and water filtration properties of Pages Creek, improving the local biodiversity and native habitat values. Over 125 hours of volunteer work were also provided by Link Group employees to various Landcare community groups.  Read more about the results of this project.  Link Group employees continue to provide support to various Landcare community groups through the corporate volunteering program.

In 2019, Link Group will fund a one-day workshop in North West NSW workshop entitled “Building Resilient Leaders During Drought”.  This community leadership seminar will target multi-generation, mixed-sex, people from family run and corporate farms and industry personnel with an aim to provide them with skills to help mitigate drought impact on family and business life.

 

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